1967 Wacky Packages Die Cut Cards The ’67 Die Cuts were the first incarnation of the Wacky Package Series. Made to be punched out of the cards, licked and stuck all over the place. These two cards are very rare because they were pulled after a threatened lawsuit by Nabisco.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Thanks to Nemo for his contribution to The Art Hustle Series 1 and for putting together this awesome video documenting his hustle.
1916 Zeenut Candy Card, Jimmy Claxton, Oakland Oaks A gorgeous card, and a remarkable one considering Jimmy Claxton broke the color barrier for only two games in the Pacific Coast League in 1916. The Zeenut Candy Co just happened to have a photographer at one of the games (a double header that day). Claxton was released […]
1960’s Japanese Gum Card (Possibly LiLi brand) Photo shown isn’t life-size. At its true size, only 9/10″ x 1 3/4″, this little card packs a graphically intense punch.
1976 TCMA Barry Weinberg Shreveport Captains Card
Circa late 1950’s Japanese Menko Cards. Precursors to the 1990’s game, Pogs.