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    Posted 7 years ago

    upstatenyc…
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    Again I ask for the help of all you knowledgeable folks! I picked up a box of postcards today (about 100, some go back to 1901!) and in amongst them were these cards. None of them are dated, and they are all on cardboard, blank on the back. They all say EX. SUP. CO, Chicago, Made in USA, and each has a description. They measure 5 3/8 x 3 3/8. They look old. Can anyone tell me where they are from, and maybe what they are worth? Thanks!!

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    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      EX SUP. CO is the The Exhibit Supply Company - issued postcard-sized, thick cards from the 1920's through the 1960's. Their cards were sold for a penny each in arcade machines. These cards were almost always black and white or some type of one-color toned cards. They issued cards of various subjects, but specialized in movie stars, cowboys, pretty girls, baseball players, and other athletes.
    2. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 7 years ago
      Thanks, aghcollect! I know very little about ephemera, but I'm trying to learn since I got this box of postcards.
    3. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      I like how he is holding off the mob
    4. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 7 years ago
      I keep picturing America's Funniest Videos", and that roof just folds under him!!!! Thanks everyone!
    5. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 7 years ago
      LOL I saw that bell, and I was thinking something similar, icollect!!!

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