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Old 01-25-2015, 10:11 AM
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Default Can anyone identify this Eddie Plank Item for me?

This was one of these "random Items" in large grouping of stuff I looked at with another collector last night. No clue what this is.

It appears to be hand cut, has a blank back, and is very small Actual dimensions are dimensions are 1 1/4" by 1 1/4". I have enlarged the scan here to be able to see it more clearly. It does appear to have a small crease on the upper left corner.

Any assistance what this is and if it is worth anything is appreciated.

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W555 Strip Card. 3-5's are going for $200 - $300. Nice pick up.
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Thanks for the quick reply!
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The W555 cards were actually cut from a candy box and really should have been cataloged as an "E" card - but, unfortunately, this was not known at the time the ACC was created. Here's the link to the info in Old Cardboard Magazine: http://www.oldcardboard.com/w/w555/w...?cardsetID=831
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My guess is he will want to offer it for sale. I will share this info with him and now that I can tell him what it is, I will see what he might want for it.

THanks for all the help. I likely may have more items to inquire about here.

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