16 Vintage Playing Card Decks Swap ZNE Lots with Jokers

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  • Item Category: Books, Paper & Magazines
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 05,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
5-day auction
Lot of Playing Card Decks Some Complete... some not.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with 1 Jokers.
10 - Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with 1 Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
9 - Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with NO Jokers.
In Original Rexall Card Box.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with NO Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
2 - Incomplete Vintage Deck with NO Jokers.
15 - Cards missing.
Grey, Green & Purple Plastic Swirl Deck Holder
marked
Whitman Publishing Co.
Holder in Minty Condition.
Cards in used Vintage Condition.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
10 - Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with 1 Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with NO Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
In used Vintage Condition.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with NO Jokers.
Half the Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
10 - Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Incomplete Vintage Deck with 1 Jokers.
2 - Cards missing.
In used Vintage Condition.
Complete Vintage Deck with 2 Jokers.
In original box:
Imperial Gilt Edge Playing Cards Plastic Coated
In Nice Vintage Condition.
1-Vintage Playing Card in Vintage Condition
1-Vintage Playing Card in Vintage Condition.
All items have been photoed/scanned as found. Being sold as is 'all sales final.'
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This Item is from the William P. Caley Collection.
Please see my other items currently running.
The William P. Caley Collection.
I have acquired an extensive private collection out of Sierra Madre, California.
The collection is the William P. Caley private family and business ephemera and photographs.
Included are the personal day to day journals spanning well over 60 years.
T are several hundred holiday cards, letters, Ramona Street home building details,
reciepts, bank notes, family photographs, yard long photographs and a written history
by then historian Maybelle Caley,William Caley's youngest daughter.
The ephemera centers in and around Sierra Madre!
The day to day journal entries tell the story of the 'true' Sierra Madre
as it unfolded into the little town it is today.
It speaks of notables of the time, the sick, deaths, historical events in the USA,
war, the old timers in town, town gossip, the Womans Club,
births, weddings, recipes and so much more!
The Caley family and its women were intelligent, resilient pioneering people.
As I inventory, log and scan the collection I will then list the items.
So please bookmark me.
The collection is fascinating!
William P. Caley
William (Bill) P. Caley was born in Cleveland Ohio June 1859.
English Manx Heritage.
He and Mary wed in Cleveland Ohio 1887.
They celebrated their golden anniversary in
Sierra Madre in 1937.
Mr. Caley was an adventurous and enterprising man.
He was associated with the Cleveland Railroad
under Mark Hanna and Tom Johnson.
Moved to Sierra Madre Calif in 1895.
Quickly became interested in Ranching and Real Estate.
In 1907 when the city of Sierra Madre incorporated
Mr. Caley was the 1st Marshall, Tax Collector and Street Superintendent.
He served several terms during this time and was appointed
Deputy Sheriff of Los Angeles Calif.
In WWI he served 4 years as the Mail Carrier for Sierra Madre.
In 1898 (note one document states that the home was built in 1896)
he built the family home on 233 Ramona Sierra Madre
w it still stands today.
The Caley family's first home was w old city hall was.
Later they moved across the street to a house
which later became Sa...

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