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Old 06-22-2017, 02:13 PM
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Old 06-22-2017, 04:07 PM
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I love those baseball card advertising signs.

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Those are some awesome advertising pieces. Thanks so much for posting.

I've posted a fairly common '59 Orioles Gunther piece, but really makes for a nice display.
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Old 06-22-2017, 08:13 PM
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Those are some awesome advertising pieces. Thanks so much for posting.

I've posted a fairly common '59 Orioles Gunther piece, but really makes for a nice display.
Yeah, I love the look of that! What's the size?
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So, not a HOFer nor Pre-war, but it fits my collection of '60s era Chisox perfectly. It's roughly 14 x 18" thick cardboard Correct Way Hair Tonic Advertisement in conjunction with WCFL Radio with White Sox 1963 ROY Gary Peters:
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Not baseball, but advertising nonetheless.....
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Great pieces everyone. Keep them coming!

Any advise on picking up advertising pieces? I'd be looking to grab 1970's & 80's Yankees.

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Yeah, I love the look of that! What's the size?
The piece is roughly 35"x24"; so fairly large.
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The piece is roughly 35"x24"; so fairly large.
Makes it even better!
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So, not a HOFer nor Pre-war, but it fits my collection of '60s era Chisox perfectly. It's roughly 14 x 18" thick cardboard Correct Way Hair Tonic Advertisement in conjunction with WCFL Radio with White Sox 1963 ROY Gary Peters:
Love this, too! "hair tonic"
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