1888 N33 ALLEN & GINTER WORLD'S SMOKERS PRUSSIAN LIEUTENANT Offered is an 1888 N33 Allen & Ginter World's Smokers tobacco card featuring Prussian Lieutenant. The N33 set contains 50 cards and these measure 1 1/2" x 2 3/4" in size. This card has very minor creasing and corner wear, but still displays very nicely. The back is clean. We recently aquired a large collection of the "N" series tobacco cards that will be listed on Ebay in the near future. These include the following types: N2 Celebrated American Indian Chiefs, Allen & Ginter N14 General Government and State Capitol Buildings, Allen & Ginter N18 Parasol Drill, Allen & Ginter N19 Pirates of the Spanish Main, Allen & Ginter N23 Song Birds of the World, Allen & Ginter N25 Wild Animals of the World, Allen & Ginter N33 World's Smokers, Allen & Ginter N72 Coins of all Nations, Duke's Cigarettes N74 Fishers and Fish, Duke's Cigarettes N80 Holidays, Duke's Cigarettes N81 Jokes, W. Duke Sons & Co. N83 Ocean and River Steamers, Duke's Cigarettes N85 Postage Stamps, W. Duke Sons & Co. N86 Scenes of Perilous Occupations, Duke's Cigarettes N88 The Terrors of America, Duke's Cigarettes N180 Ancient Coins, Wm. S. Kimball & Co. N217 Butterflies of the World, Kinney Bros. Cigarettes N225 National Dances, Kinney Bros. Cigarettes N365 Inventors and Inventions, Lone Jack Cigarettes N388 National Types, National Cigarette and Tobacco Co., Admiral Cigarettes
Please see the scans below and email if you have any questions about this card or any other "N" series cards. Please see my other Ebay auctions for more "N" series tobacco cards.
Also, Remember, THIS AUCTION IS ONLY FOR THE N33 PRUSSIAN LIEUTENANT CARD SHOWN BELOW You can pay for this card with money orders or personal check on this auction.
California residents must add 8.25% state sales tax. Shipping on this card will be $3.50 including all the insurance. ON THIS AUCTION, YOU ARE ONLY BIDDING ON THE SECOND CARD IN THE FIRST ROW WITH THE BACK IN THE SAME POSITION BELOW.
ON THIS AUCTION, YOU ARE ONLY BIDDING ON THE SECOND CARD IN THE FIRST ROW WITH THE BACK IN THE SAME POSITION BELOW.
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