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    Gene Autry and Others Lot (Smoky Mountain Knife Works, 1995). Ltd. Ed. set of 100 Comic Trading Cards and Complete Set of 300 of Collectors Cards, and 21 Loose Collectors Cards, and Sets of Faro Playing Cards (2): all (2.5" X 3.5") The Gene Autry set is in a small "lunch box" tin (4" X 5.5" X 2.75"). Western.
    This fun and unique lot is a must have for any lover of B-westerns. There is a complete set of Gene Autry comic trading cards produced in 1995. The cards show 100 Autry comic covers and selected backs and were UV coated in full color. The set is shrink wrapped in plastic and has never been opened. The set comes in a miniature Autry "lunch box" that has only some minor paint scrape on the right edge of the top panel. The second set in the lot is a complete shrink wrapped mint set of 300, Riders of the Silver Screen Collectors Cards, Series, produced in 1993 by Smoky Mountain Knife Works. In addition there are 21 "loose" mint cards from this set. The "sets within the set" usually came six to an actor. There are complete six card sets for Eddie Dean and Al "Fuzzy" St. John. Other loose cards are for Tim McCoy, Tim Holt, tom Keene, Rod Cameron, Bob Livingston, and Allan Rocky Lane. The last two sets of cards in the lot are faithfully reproduced Faro playing card sets by Parnell Playing Card Co. These are still being produced and are basically unchanged for the past 20 something years. Both sets are in original packaging and are unopened, in mint condition. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Near Mint-.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2012
    30th Sunday
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