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#ZZA229 - 12 Card Set of Whom You Should Marry Exhibit Supply Penny Arcade Cards
You get 12 for for $4 (that's only 33¢ each). These are cards that were dispensed at penny arcades and amusement parks in the Exhibit Supply Whom you Marry machines which were first made in 1926. They are marked Exhibit Supply and have a very fancy picture of a couple getting married and other people from the era on each side. Click the picture to see the full size image. These are very detailed and period looking. Fantastic images. The machines had slots for each month and you put a penny in for your birth week. Since there were four different ones, you might have to try for awhile to get you exact week. They tell your Birthstone, Flower, Colors, and of course Whom you should marry. For example, the April 1st to April 9th card says "Born at this time you are impulsive and quick in temper, but are kind and genial...... choose a mate as one who respects your individuality....... you might find happiness with those born in August, December, or March" and a whole lot more.  Tells all about you. They are 5 1/2" tall and in unused condition. You will get 12 cards total including the complete April, May, and June 4 card sets.   These machines were in service from 1926 up until the 1950s, so they made cards to sell in them for a number of years. A very scarce one.  It was a complicated machine. They were never used and are in great shape.  Some have little spots of printing smear, but nothing that really effects them. The cards are likely from the 1950s . They were found in original bundles with exhibit supply packaging in storage at an old amusement park up in the northeast.
 

$4.00



#ZZA073 - 1979 James Bond 007 Moonraker Waxed Trading Card Wrapper
Vintage James Bond Moonraker trading card wax wrapper from 1979. Excellent condition (normal fold lines of course). We got a pretty good deal on these, and so are pricing them cheap. James Bond has always been popular.
 

$0.35



#ZZA074 - 1979 Disney Black Hole Movie Waxed Trading Card Wrapper
Vintage Disney Movie Black Hole trading card wax wrapper from 1979. Excellent condition (normal fold lines of course). We got a pretty good deal on these, and so are pricing them cheap.
 

$0.50



#ZZA231 - Raiders of the Lost Ark Pack Wrapper
Vintage 6 1/2" wide wrapper from a pack of the Raiders of the Lost Ark Trading Cards. Raiders of the Lost Ark was the Blockbuster hit of 1981.
 

$0.35



#ZZA248 - Hanna-Barbera The Flintstones Activity Book
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 10 1/2" tall colorful 28 page Flinstones Sticker Activity Album. These are unsold old stock from 1993 and are licensed items. The sticker packs were sold separately. They are in excellent unused condition.
 

$1.50



#ZZA268 - Group of 4 Waxed Card Pack Wrappers for the Superman II Movie
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. You get 4 for $1.00 (that's 25¢ each). Vintage 6 1/4" wide wrapper is marked "Topps Chewing Gum" and "DC comics Inc. 1980". Nice condition.
 

$1.00



#ZZA271 - Tron Wax Pack Card Wrapper
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 6" tall waxed pack wrappers. Marked "Copyright 1981 Walt Disney Prod" and "Donruss. Unused condition.
 

$0.50



#ZZA233 - 16 Card Set of Exhibit Supply Hair  Color Fortune Teller Cards
You get 16 for for $3.00 (that's around 18¢ each). Vintage 3 3/8" wide cards that were dispensed at penny arcades and amusement parks from Exhibit Supply hair color fortune machines. They say the hair color like "Yellow Hair - Men" (there are 16 variations) and your fortune. These were first made in the 1920s, but were in continual production till about 1960 when there weren't enough machines left to make them anymore. These are likely from the 1950s. They used the same plates to produce these for 30 years, so some of these later cards have some small smears and faint lettering even though they are in unused perfect condition. They were found in original bundles with exhibit supply packaging in storage at an old amusement park up in the northeast.
 

$3.00

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