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‘It’s In The Details’ Title Stevengraph Silks Year 1888 Size 5 1/4″ x 7″ Images Colored Type Silks Number in Set 4 1888 Stevengraph Silks Overview These rare collectibles were silks produced in the late 1880s. The silks are actually inset into a cardboard backing to create a cabinet card. 1888 is the year most commonly ascribed to this setRead more
It’s In The Details’ Title SC12 Canadian Miscellany Year c. 1910 Size 1 3/4″ x 3″ Images Color Type Silks Number in Set 100+ SC12 Canadian Miscellany Silks Overview This massive set includes small woven silks covering all sorts of topics. The exact maker and year of production is unknown, though they are sometimes said to be the work ofRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title S74 Silks Year 1909-10 Size Varies Images Single Ink Color Type Silks Number in Set 212 S74 Silks Overview American Tobacco Company brands produced two silk sets in 1909 and 1910, designated as S74 in the American Card Catalog. Those brands included Helmar, Old Mill, Red Sun, and Turkey Red. As with their other products,Read more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Murad College Silks (S21 / S22) Year 1910 Size 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ Images Color Type Silks Number in Set 250 1910 Murad College Silks (S21 & S22) Overview Murad created two different sets of silks, designated as S21 and S22 in the American Card Catalog. A total of 250 silks are in eachRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title S110 Pillow Tops and National Flags Premiums Year 1912 Size Various Images Color Type Pillow Tops and Silks Number in Set 44 S110 Pillow Tops and National Flags Premiums Overview The S110 Pillow Tops/National Flags Premium set consisted of a total of 44 different topics. One of those was baseball and, to date, two differentRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title S81 Year 1912 Size 7″ x 9″ Images Color Type Silks Number in Set 25 S81 Silks Overview The S81 Silk Premiums included a variety of subjects, including 25 baseball players. While the silks are commonly believed to be 7″ x 9″, smaller sizes have been known to exist that may not have been trimmed.Read more