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blueted007

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1951 Wings,These cards were issused in packs of wings cigarettes,There are 3 series,A,B and C,Each series has 50 cards per series.
This is series B.>

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Let me know what everyone thinks of these cards.

Jon
 
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David K.

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Nice collection of arrow heads! I use to live near the Sierra Mountains in California...did not look for any arrow heads....but it was great living in the great outdoors with fishing (rainbow trout) and hunting! The only searching we did as kids was for Mushrooms along the lower hills...Of course the adults would check to make sure we did not pick any of the wrong ones! Best regards, David
 

timfsu2k

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What's the difference between dug up ones and field finds?

Those are pretty cool BTW. I'd love to have a couple. Maybe I'll find some while I'm planting some trees in my yard! I live in the Ohio River Valley and there were lots of Native Americans around here.
 

blueted007

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What's the difference between dug up ones and field finds?

Those are pretty cool BTW. I'd love to have a couple. Maybe I'll find some while I'm planting some trees in my yard! I live in the Ohio River Valley and there were lots of Native Americans around here.
The differance is a field find is mostly luck,finding ones whole and not broken is pretty rare.
The Dug up ones means someone went to a indian site and dug around until they find one.
I'm still get surprized that they are still found today and a little bit of reshearch and anybody can find them.

Jon:)
 

David K.

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finding them on ground....is more earth friendly then digging for them! Good luck in your search....plus its good for your health! Best regards, David
 

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