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#ZZA145 - Complete Set of 32 Different Blind Date for Men Pinup Arcade Cards
Complete set of 32 Exhibit Supply Blind Date for Men cards. Each one has a corny little story with 1940s humor many have what were considered risque poses for the time. The copyright date is 1941, which is the date the machines that dispensed these for a penny were originally made. The Exhibit Supply Company made them for the machines for years after.

We have a large lot of Exhibit Supply cards that we found in unopened bricks (you can see a picture of some of the bricks at the top of this department (Trading Card Shop). They are from a closed penny arcade. This is about the only way you would ever be able to find complete sets. The problem still is that there are more of some cards than others, so we can't assemble as many sets as you might think. These cards are uncommon. They are difficult to date because many of the machines were in production in the 1930s and 40s, but Exhibit Supply made cards for many of them all the way up to the early 1970s. The tale end stuff generally used lighter colored cardboard backing and printing on the bricks was stamped. The older ones have separate printed labels. So, we are using that info and the aging on the brick wrappers to estimate dates. The arcade must have bought the bricks of these during different time periods. Some are the lighter backs, but not the real light ones. We'll call it circa 1960.

$32.00



#ZZA082 - 1978 Star Wars Trading Card Wrapper - Green and Yellow
Vintage 1978 Star Wars trading card pack wrapper. There were a number of different trading card packs issued around that year. This is a less common one. Great condition. They have fold lines like all wrappers.
$1.00



#ZZA010 - Complete Set of Eight 1966 Exhibit Supply Hobo the Bum Fortune Teller Cards
Complete set of eight different 1966 Exhibit Supply Hobo the Bum Fortune Teller cards. These cards were vended at amusement parks and Exhibit Supply cards are highly collectible. These were in an unopened sealed brick and counted into sets. The condition is immaculate. Tells your fortune and is a bunch of craziness. Some cool graphics too.
$4.00



#ZZA156 - Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade Hopalong Cassidy Bill Boyd Card
This is a very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 card featuring Hopalong Cassidy (Bill Boyd who played Hopalong) with a signature on the upper left. Excellent unused condition. This is a cool card. It also has Buster Crabbe with a signature on the lower right. Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.
$2.00



#ZZA162 - Full Pack of Fleer Batman Forever Trading Cards
Vintage full unopened pack of Batman Forever Trading Cards. These were made for the Batman Returns movie and are dated 1995. These are a real bargain!
$0.20



#ZZA144 - 12 Different Horoscope Cards with Witches and Black Cats
You get 12 different astrology cards for $6 (that's 50¢ each). Vintage 5 3/8" tall Exhibit Supply Horoscope Reading Cards. These are fantastic and should be a hit with the Halloween collectors and card collectors. They picture a lady fortune teller with black cats, bats, owls, frogs, and witches on brooms printed all over the card. Each one has the same pictures on it, but different horoscope readings. The copyright date is 1925, which is the date the machines that dispensed these for a penny were originally made. The Exhibit Supply Company made them for the machines for many years after. These are very uncommon cards. These are super rare and in near perfect condition.

We have a large lot of Exhibit Supply cards that we found in unopened bricks (you can see a picture of some of the bricks at the top of this department (Trading Card Shop). They are from a closed penny arcade. This is about the only way you would ever be able to find complete sets. The problem still is that there are more of some cards than others, so we can't assemble as many sets as you might think. These cards are uncommon. They are difficult to date because many of the machines were in production in the 1930s and 40s, but Exhibit Supply made cards for many of them all the way up to the early 1970s. The tale end stuff generally used lighter colored cardboard backing and printing on the bricks was stamped. The older ones have separate printed labels. So, we are using that info and the aging on the brick wrappers to estimate dates. The arcade must have bought the bricks of these during different time periods. Some are the light backs and some are the darker backs. We'll call it circa 1950s as some of these bricks are really old.

$6.00



#ZZA146 - Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade Roy Rogers Card
This is a very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 card featuring Roy Rogers with a signature on the upper left. Excellent unused condition. Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.
$2.00



#ZZA081 - 1977 Star Wars Trading Card Wrapper - Blue and Yellow
Vintage 1977 Star Wars trading card pack wrapper. There were a number of different trading card packs issued that year. This is a less common one. Great condition. They have fold lines like all wrappers.
$1.00



#ZZA185 - 1991 Complete 72 Card Set Star Pics All My Children
Vintage 1991 complete set of all 72 All My Children cards. They were made by Star Pics and have the ABC Licensing mark. These are in near mint unused condition from a never opened case.
$1.50



#ZZA148 - Complete Set of 16 Different Exhibit Supply Radio Arcade Cards For Single Women
Vintage complete set of 16 Exhibit Supply Radio Cards for Single Women. These are 1 1/2" tall and picture a guy on the front with a radio message for the woman receiving the card of the reverse. The ones pictured are typical. For example, "My own true love life is not worth living without you. Come to my arms my darling, my heart hungers for you". The machines that dispensed these for a penny were only made from 1923 - 1931. Exhibit Supply often continued to make cards for their machines that they would sell to the penny arcades that used them for awhile after they no longer made the machines. Gauging by the original brick these were wrapped in, I'd say these are likely an old version from the 1930/40s. The gentleman pictured are all very period 1920s guys. These are very rare and unusual. Complete sets are nearly impossible to find. These were in original bricks marked Exhibit Supply that were found in storage at a penny arcade up in the northeast. Very few collectors will have a complete set of these and we've got them priced right.
$6.00



#ZZA215 - Complete Set of 16 Different Exhibit Supply Radio Arcade Cards For Single Men
Vintage complete set of 16 Exhibit Supply Radio Cards for Single Men. These are 1 1/2" tall and picture a girl on the front with a radio message for the man receiving the card of the reverse. The ones pictured are typical. For example, "Mr. Wiseguy: You're not half as wise as you think. Talk less and spend the berries more freely if you want me to warm up". The machines that dispensed these for a penny were only made from 1923 - 1931. Exhibit Supply made these and sold them to the penny arcades that dispensed them. These are a very old version from the 1930s. The ladies pictured are all very period 1920s women. These are very rare and unusual. Complete sets are nearly impossible to find. These were in original bricks marked Exhibit Supply that were found in storage at a penny arcade up in the northeast. Very few collectors will have a complete set of these and we've got them priced right.
$6.00



#ZZA068 - Complete 32 Card Set of Exhibit Supply Blind Date for Women Cards
Vintage complete 32 card set of Exhibit Supply Blind Date cards. This is the version that was meant for females with pictures of guys and silly stories about them. They were originally printed in 1941 (dated) and so have lots of soldiers and those sorts of themes. Like most of their cards, they made these for another ten or twenty years after. This set is becoming nearly impossible to find. We had an unopened brick of the cards we assembled these from and they are pretty much perfect. You won't find a mint set for this kind of price anywhere else.
$32.00



#ZZA143 - Complete Set of 48 Exhibit Supply Astrology Arcade Cards
You get the complete set of 48 different cards for $24. Vintage 5 3/8" tall Exhibit Supply Astrology Reading Cards. The copyright date is 1925, which is the date the machines that dispensed these for a penny were originally made. The Exhibit Supply Company made them for many years after. With that said, I have never seen a complete set and couldn't find one anywhere on the internet. There are four each of 12 different signs of the zodiac pictured on the cards. All 48 have different dates listed and astrology readings for those dates. These are super rare and in near perfect condition.

We have a large lot of Exhibit Supply cards that we found in unopened bricks (you can see a picture of some of the bricks at the top of this department (Trading Card Shop). They are from a closed penny arcade. This is about the only way you would ever be able to find complete sets. The problem still is that there are more of some cards than others, so we can't assemble as many sets as you might think. These cards are uncommon. They are difficult to date because many of the machines were in production in the 1930s and 40s, but Exhibit Supply made cards for many of them all the way up to the early 1970s. The tale end stuff generally used lighter colored cardboard backing and printing on the bricks was stamped. The older ones have separate printed labels. So, we are using that info and the aging on the brick wrappers to estimate dates. The arcade must have bought the bricks of these during different time periods. Some are the light backs and some are the darker backs. We'll call it circa 1960s, but some may be older than that.

$20.00



#ZZA147 - Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade John Wayne Card
This is a very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 card featuring John Wayne with a signature on the lower right. Excellent unused condition. Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.
$1.50



#ZZA126 - Vintage Group of 5 Different Aviation Postcards
You get all 5 different for $4 (that's 80¢ each). Vintage 1950s Exhibit Supply postcards featuring airplanes and jets mostly from the WWII era or a little later. They are identical to the Exhibit arcade cards with jets except they are a thinner cardboad and are marked Post Card on the back with a place for a stamp. These came from an unopened sleeve that only had the 5 different types.
$4.00



#ZZA111 Complete 16 Card Exhibit Supply Then and Now Female Movie Star Cards
Vintage complete set of "Then and Now" arcade card with female movie stars of the day and their childhood pictures. Circa 1950. The set includes Doris Day, Veronica Lake, Debbie Reynolds, Piper Laurie, Jane Powell, Jane Weyman, Mona Freeman, Shelley Winters, Loretta Young, Virginia Maya, Terry Moore, Kathryn Grayson, Jennifer Jones, Jeanne Crain, Debra Paget, and Yvonne DeCarlo. These came from a closed arcade and were in the original bricks market Exhibit Supply. They are in near perfect condition. Some are "colorized". The complete sets like this are very rare. The individual cards turn up every once in awhile. The common ones retail for around $3, but the scarcer ones go for up to $10.
$24.00



#ZZA118 - Unusual Bare Chested Male Star Exhibit Supply Card Set
Vintage 8 card set picturing movie star men with bare chests. This is unusual. You don't see these around very often. They are from the 1960s and the set includes a very young Sean Connery, Clint Walker, Doug McClure, Ben Gazzara, Ty Hardin, etc.
$12.00



#ZZA163 - Bingo the Dog Factory Set of Trading Cards
Vintage full unopened factory set of cards from the 1991 movie Bingo. These are still wrapped in their original cellophane. Perfect condition in the illustrated factory box.
$2.50



#ZZA178 - Pack of Saved by the Bell Cards
Vintage pack of "Saved by the Bell" "The College Years" trading cards from 1994. They were made by Pacific Trading Card company and are in pretty much perfect unopened condition.
$0.20



#ZZA256 - 1978 Elvis Trading Card Wrapper
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 6 1/4" tall 1978 Donruss wax card pack wrapper for "Elvis Bubble Gum Cards". These are in nice condition.
$0.75



#ZZA080 - Pack of Rad Dudes Trading Cards
Vintage 1990 pack of Rad Dudes trading cards. These are out of an unopened box and are in great condition.
$0.25



#ZZA134 - Groups of 20 Napkin Dispenser Fortune/Drink Cards with Fortune or Drinks
You get 20 for $1.00 (that's only 5¢ each). Vintage 2 1/4" wide cards with pull strips. The front either tells you your fortune or a tidbit of wisdom about you or a drink recipe. You pulled back the tab and depending on how many stars were under there you won something. These are unused stock that were made for napkin machines that sat on a table usually in a bar. You put a penny or nickel in and got your fortune or a drink recipe and a chance to win a discount or a drink depending on what the house paid. These are from around the 1950s and are in excellent unused condition. The idea for the bar was that if someone got a card with a drink recipe on it, they might order the drink and the bar would make more money. If they got three stars, maybe they won a 5¢ discount on a drink, so they might order and the bar would again make more money. Plus the bar got a penny or nickel when someone put their money in the machine. Pretty clever marketing devices. You will get bunch of different ones in the lot of 20.
$1.00



#ZZA160 - X-Men Sanctuary Sticker Album
Vintage large 10 3/4" tall full color high quality X-Men Sanctuary Sticker album. These were produced in 1996 by Fleer. Excellent unused condition.
$1.50



#ZZA207 - Two Different Pacific Ocean Park 1¢ Arcade John Wayne Cards
You get the pair for $3. (That's $1.50 each). These are very rare Ocean Park Penny Arcade 4 in 1 cards featuring John Wayne with a signature. These are different from the other one we have offered elsewhere in this catalog. Excellent unused condition. One card has John Wayne, Buck Jones, Don Barry, and Allan Lane. The other one has John Wayne, Bob Livingston, Dick Foran, and Buddy Roosevelt.

Ocean Park was built in Santa Monica, CA in 1958 and closed in 1967. It was a very large park that was built to compete with Disneyland. However, city planners, in an effort to renew the area, demolished buildings and closed streets all around the park so people couldn't find there way in. Even though it was a huge park, it was forced to close it's doors and the contents were auctioned off in 1968. These cards are marked "Pacific Ocean Park Arcade 1¢" on the front and have a postcard back.

$3.00

 
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