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Here are the newly posted listings on this Web site. They are listed by date added, then in alphabetical order. To see images when available, visit the respective pages where the items are posted and you'll find them with their NEW! bullets. After about a month on this page, the item will be dropped as a "New Listing." Please see the Condition guide for grading codes. To purchase anything, see the How To Order page.

 


JUNE 21:

100 or 50 DIFFERENT BASEBALL CARD TEAM LOTS - All NM-M, NO Doubles in a Lot, 99% from 1987 to 1991, can include cards by Classic, Donruss, Fleer, Fleer Logo Stickers, Score, Topps, Topps All-Star Glossy, Topps Superstar Sticker Card, Topps Superstar Foil Stickers, and Upper Deck. 100 or 50 Cards in Each Team Lot with NO Doubles In Each Lot!  Pick Your Team! - on the Baseball Cards page

 

JUNE 19:

1970 KELLOGG'S FOOTBALL 3-D CARDS: BOB GRIESE, GALE SAYERS, SONNY JURGENSEN and JOHNNY UNITAS - All HOFers! - on the 1970 Football Cards page

1971 KELLOGG'S FOOTBALL 3-D CARDS: JIM HART and DAVE OSBORN - on the 1971 Football Cards page

1971 TOPPS FOOTBALL CARDS: #106 2nd Series Checklist - Unchecked! (2 available) - on the 1971 Football Cards page

1973 TOPPS FOOTBALL CARDS: #474 BILL BROWN NM/M - on the 1973 Football Cards page

 

JUNE 7:

JETHRO TULL OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE FLYERS: Lot of 2 identical order form flyers, 1997, NM: produced folded in half, size 8.25 x 11.5 inches unfolded, color slick paper stock, obtained at the Tull merchandise table during the Roots To Branches Tour, front shows various t-shirt designs, shorts, brochure, caps, and badges for sale. Back is the UK order form listing pounds sterling for payment. - on the Music Collectibles page

OFFICIAL STAR WARS/LUCASFILM FAN CLUB ORDER FORM: 1984, VF+: folded in half in 1984, stored flat, 8.5 x 11 inch order form on blue paper with B&W photos, special products form advertising "Return Of The Jedi" Lobby Card Sets on front (shows 16 images from the film) and "The Empire Strikes Back" (10 images shown) and "Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom" (8 images shown) Lobby Card Sets on back. You actually had to be a member of the fan club to order these sets! - on the Star Wars page

PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM (1972): Paramount, Complete Set of #1 - 8 mini-lobby cards, size 8 x 10 inches; Condition NM: Card #1 has a printing flaw (visible in image) and #5 to a lesser extent, color images, Humphrey Bogart character appears on two cards, stars Woody Allen (also his screenplay), Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Jerry Lacy, Susan Anspach, and Jennifer Salt. Directed by Herbert Ross. - on the Lobby Cards page

WIN PETE TOWNSHEND'S GUITAR AND A TRIP TO THE GRAMMY AWARDS FLYERS: Lot of 2 identical flyers, 1996, manufactured tri-folded, as issued but folded in half in 1996 and stored flat since then, size 14.5 x 7.25 inches unfolded, color slick paper stock, sponsored by Music Direct, obtained at The Who merchandise table during the 1996 Quadrophenia Tour, close-up shot of Pete and two of his Epiphone guitars inside. - on the Music Collectibles page

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JUNE 6:

BROADCAST MANAGEMENT: RADIO - TELEVISION by Ward L. Quaal and James A. Brown. Softback, VG: price stamped on first page, published 1968, Second Edition Revised and Enlarged, May 1978 Reprinting, Hastings House, ISBN: 0-8038-0764-3, size 6 x 9 1/8 inches, 480 pages, O/P. College textbook expanded and revised to include considerable statistical documentation (now historical) as well as excerpts from and references to other commentators about media management. Divided into 10 sections that include Broadcast Management In Perspective, Principles Of Management, Management Of Personnel, Audience, Programming, Broadcast Sales, Managing For Profit, Engineering, Regulation, and Prospects And Retrospects. - on the Movie and Television Books page

PRECISION JOURNALISM: A REPORTER'S INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCE METHODS by Philip Meyer. Softback, G/VG, published 1973, 1975 Fourth Edition, Indiana University Press, ISBN: 0-253-20163-2, size 5 1/8 x 7 3/4 inches, 352 pages, O/P edition. Meyer teaches reporters to use the quantitative tools of social scientists as the primary tools for journalism. Throughout the book, he covers the use of hypothesis testing, models, statistics, surveys, polls, field experiments, and public records as critical tools to gather information and create a valuable news story. This book has seen many printings and is still used as a college textbook today. - on the Non-Fiction Books page

RADIO & TELEVISION - READINGS IN THE MASS MEDIA by Allen & Linda Kirschner. Softback, VG-: price stamped on first page, 1971, Third Printing, The Odyssey Press, LCCCN: 72-158975, size 6 x 9 inches, 312 pages, O/P. College textbook that collects the writings of many media scholars and personalities, including Marshall McLuhan, Edward R. Murrow, Arthur Knight, Aubrey Singer, Fred Friendly, Newton Minow, Spiro T. Agnew, and others. The book is divided into 3 sections that focus on Form And Technique (includes a chapter on the NAB's Television Code), Audience And Effect, and Critics And Criticism. Both timeless and historical perspectives are presented.  - on the Movie and Television Books page

TELEVISION PRODUCTION HANDBOOK by Herbert Zettl. Hardback, VG+: extremely faint price stamped on front endpaper, 1961, 1968 Second Edition, Wadsworth, LCCCN: 68-19446, size 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches, 560 pages plus endpapers, O/P edition. Seminal college textbook written as a guide to all forms of television production. Presented in 14 chapters that begin with Cameras and end with Station Personnel, later editions of this book are still used in schools today. This edition is a fun historical perspective on TV. Includes many B&W photographs and illustrations, and even four pages in color. - on the Movie and Television Books page

THE TV DIRECTOR/INTERPRETER by Colby Lewis. Softback, VG-: price stamped on first page, published 1968, July 1976, Sixth Printing, Hastings House, ISBN: 8038-7041-8, size 6 x 9 1/8 inches, 256 pages, O/P. College textbook written as a guide to help beginning television directors translate the meaning of their programs through the use of cameras and sound. Step by step illustrations clarify the text throughout the book. - on the Movie and Television Books page

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JUNE 1:

ANNIE HALL LOBBY CARDS (1977): United Artists, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM-, color images, stars Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Carol Kane, Shelley Duvall, Janet Margolin, Tony Roberts, Paul Simon, Christopher Walken, and Colleen Dewhurst. Co-written and Directed by Woody Allen. Academy Award winning comedy earning 3 Oscars for Woody, including Best Picture, and one for Diane Keaton. Cards feature the first five named cast members. Black borders make high grade lobbies more difficult to find. - on the Lobby Cards page

BANANAS LOBBY CARD (1971): United Artists, color image, stars Woody Allen, Louise Lasser, Jacobo Morales, and Carlos Montalban. Co-written and Directed by Woody Allen. Early comedy by Woody where he joins the San Marcos rebellion and eventually becomes leader of the country. Card #1: Condition VF, features Woody Allen copping a feel. - on the Lobby Cards page

BOBBY DEERFIELD LOBBY CARDS (1977): Columbia, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM-, Large picture format, color images, stars Al Pacino, Marthe Keller and Anny Dupery. Directed by Sidney Pollack. All three lead performers appear on the lobby cards. An underrated movie, this beautifully filmed love story is set to the backdrop of the European formula one racing circuit. - on the Lobby Cards page

CARAVAN OF COURAGE: AN EWOK ADVENTURE LOBBY CARDS (1984): 20th Century Fox, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM, Large picture format, borderless color images, stars Warwick Davis, Eric Walker, Fionnula Flanagan, Guy Boyd, Aubree Miller, and Burl Ives as the Narrator. Directed by John Korty. George Lucas wrote the story for this ABC-TV movie that also saw some theatrical release around the world. Originally titled "The Ewok Adventure" when first broadcast on November 25, 1984. This set was issued without card numbering. This first Star Wars spin-off film won an Emmy for Best Special Visual Effects. - on the Lobby Cards page

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND LOBBY CARDS (1977): Columbia, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM, Large picture format, color images, stars Richard Dreyfuss, Melinda Dillon, Teri Garr, Francois Truffaut, Bob Balaban, and Cary Guffey. Written and Directed by Steven Spielberg. Spielberg's classic science fiction adventure that moved UFOs into mainstream cinema. Academy Award winner for Vilmos Zsigmond (Best Cinematography). - on the Lobby Cards page

DOG DAY AFTERNOON LOBBY CARDS (1975): Warner Brothers, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition VF to NM-, color images, stars Al Pacino, John Cazale, Chris Sarandon, Charles Durning, and James Broderick. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Arguably Al Pacino's finest screen performance, this film is based on a true story of a New York bank robbery gone wrong. Oscar winner for Best Original Screenplay. - on the Lobby Cards page

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK LOBBY CARDS (1972): United Artists, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition VF to NM- except Cards #1, 2 and 8 have a faint horizontal crease the width of the card about 3 inches up from the bottom making them VG-, color images, stars Woody Allen, John Carradine, Gene Wilder, Tony Randall, Burt Reynolds, Lynn Redgrave, Lou Jacobi, and Louise Lasser. Written and Directed by Woody Allen. Cards feature the first six named cast members. - on the Lobby Cards page

NETWORK LOBBY CARDS (1976): MGM/United Artists, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition VF- to NM- except Card #6 has a 3/4 inch abrasion in the very top left corner making it FN+, color images, stars William Holden, Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway, and Robert Duvall. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Cards feature all four principle stars. This brilliant satire should have won the Academy Award for Best Film, but didn't. Happily, Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay won an Oscar, as did Finch, Dunaway and Beatrice Straight for their acting performances. - on the Lobby Cards page

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW LOBBY CARDS (1975): 20th Century Fox, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM-, Large picture format, borderless color images, stars Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Meatloaf, Charles Gray, Nell Campbell, Patricia Quinn, and Peter Hinwood. Directed by Jim Sharman. Cards feature most of the main cast members. Do the "Time Warp" with the quintessential midnight movie. - on the Lobby Cards page

SONNY & JED LOBBY CARD (1972): K-TEL International, color image, stars Thomas Milian, Susan George, Telly Savalas, Rossana Yanni, and Laura Betti. Directed by Sergio Corbucci. Spaghetti Western also known as "La Banda J. & S. - Cronaca Criminale Del Far West." First released in Europe in 1972 and then in the U.S. in 1974. This set was issued without card numbering. Card #nn: Condition VF-: back bottom edge stain 1/4 inch high by 2 inches long, features Telly Savalas grabbing Susan George by the throat. - on the Lobby Cards page

TALES FROM THE CRYPT LOBBY CARDS (1972): Cinerama, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition NM, Large picture format, color images, stars Peter Cushing, Joan Collins, Roy Dotrice, Patrick Magee, Nigel Patrick, and Sir Ralph Richardson. Directed by Freddie Francis. This film truly did honor to the classic 1950s EC Comics written by Bill Gaines and Al Feldstein. Cards feature Joan Collins (on 2), Peter Cushing (in make-up), Nigel Patrick, and the classic image of the "skull motorcycle rider." Also included is the original worn glassine slip the set was issued in. - on the Lobby Cards page

WIZARDS LOBBY CARDS (1977): 20th Century Fox, Complete Set of #1 - 8 cards; Condition VF to VF+, Large picture format, borderless color images, Mark Hamill was a voice in the film, along with Bob Holt, Jesse Welles and Richard Romanus. Ralph Bakshi's writer, producer and director animation classic. Card images come directly from the animation cels and give you great examples of the Vaughn Bodé inspirations and the Mike Ploog designs. A wonderful addition to any animation fan's collection. - on the Lobby Cards page

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MAY 31:

FIRST FLIGHT FOREIGN AIR MAIL COVER: St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands to San Pedro de Macoris Nuevitas Dominican Republic (F.A.M. Route 6) ending in New York City, originating postmark "St. Thomas, DEC 5 1931", Route 6 end: December 6, 1931 (faint round date on back "DIC 6 31 Republica Dominicana"), final arrival receiving cancellation round date on back "New York, N.Y. DEC 14 1931" with General Delivery stamp "N.Y.-G.D. DEC 14 1931 No. 3." Postage stamps are two #C12 1930 5˘ Winged Globes. Cover is sealed. - on the US Postage Stamps And Covers page

U.S. FIRST DAY COVER: February 20, 1962: Cape Canaveral, FL. Scott #1193, No Cachet, 4˘ Project Mercury stamp. - on the US And UN First Day Covers page

U.S. FIRST DAY COVER: July 15, 1975, Kennedy Space Center, FL. Scott #1570, No Cachet, envelope 4 x 7.5 inches, 10˘ Apollo-Soyuz stamp. Stamp artwork by Robert McCall. This error cover received a double strike First Day Of Issue cancellation by the post office. - on the US And UN First Day Covers page

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