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There's a few of mine


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That's all of my S&K Caps. Three issues to go, but they're all tough'ens.
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12 issues, $1.00!


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100 pages

A little something different: Some collectibles from another collecting passion of mine, vintage Warner Bros. Looney Tunes pieces. Some smalls but working on a big themed thread for both forums one day. First up an early Scarf circa 1940's. Notice how small Bugs is pictured compared to the other characters. Very early item. In fact only 'Merrie Melodies apears on it, not the term 'Looney Tunes'.
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..and a 50's piece. Some sheet music and a cross collecting angle: Trains.
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ALL SELECT #9, another classic Schomburg cover with bondage and Space Age wimsey, all rolled up in one...



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I see your Ideal #2 and raise you a #3. (apologies for the dark scan - I scanned this before I was enlightened lol)


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ALL WINNERS #10, another all-hands-on-deck Schomburg tour de force...




Proof positive that Timely classics come in many forms!
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I see your Ideal #2 and raise you a #3. (apologies for the dark scan - I scanned this before I was enlightened lol)




Promotional ad for your book from IDEAL #2.




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I have this picture w little fuzzy but it's a minty copy.
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Carl Theodore Dreyer's silent classic Le Passion de Jeanne d'Arc featured the acclaimed performance by Maria Falconetti. Her name reminds me of a not-quite-so-famous Timely character that I'm using as a flimsy excuse to post this...



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...and how do you end a classic foreign film?

With The FIN, natch!



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There's no way to follow-up that marquee Schomburg cover except with this S&K finish (which literally was the end for this top-notch team at Timely after their heated contractual dispute with Martin Goodman)...



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And for the 2500th Golden Age post the winners are All WINNERS, numbers 19 & 21 for the only appearances of the GA All Winners Squad...






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@Helric1 Love that America's Best! What a great cover!

Schomburg did some phenomenal work for Better/Standard comics. Years ago fans used to call'em "poor man's Timely's", but given the demand that "poor man's" part sure doesn't apply any more...



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@martymann Nice'n Marty, another walloppin' good Schomburg cover!

Here's one of my favorite 50's Atlas SF covers; this one by Bill Everett...



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Here are a couple high grade #1 obscure golden age books. I don't know all the artists and things, but I imagine they must be known artists.
Side note: I recall buying The Clutching Hand from a live auction, while standing in line for a ride at Disneyland. Glad I did, as I rarely see this book.


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