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WWII Coca-Cola  Comic Postcards Dick Tracy-Junior-Marines-mint unused-1941

WWII Coca-Cola Comic Postcards Dick Tracy-Junior-Marines-mint unused-1941

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This is a set of Vintage postcards which feature Dick Tracy and Junior withthe Marines. The Dick Tracy cards are dated and marked “Copr. 1942, King FeaturesSyndicate, Inc., World rights reserved”.This set DOES NOT include the paper sleeve that originally came with them but researchsays they were given to the soldiers “Complimentsof The Coca-Cola Bottling Co.” This set is near-mint unused. We also have the Dick Tracy set. Cards ofseveral types have been one of the paper products used effectively to advertiseCoca-Cola products through the years.One of the most popular of the cards is postcards. Most collectors that search for and collectCoca-Cola postcards look for postcards that actually have a Coca-Cola logofound on the card, but there were some postcards that did not have any mentionof the Coca-Cola product on the card.They did however advertise “Drink Coca-Cola” on the sleeve that held thepostcards. The Coca-Cola drink and theadvertising for the drink helped to boost the morale of the U.S. soldiers bybringing them a reminder of home. In1942 there were several sets of comic (fill in the blank) postcards issued toU.S soldiers, Compliments of TheCoca-Cola Bottling Co., for use in sending back home to theirfamilies. These postcards came in setsof 4 cards and they each measure 5 ½” x 3 ½”.There was a different set available for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps,and the Air Force. There wereinstructions on the paper sleeve that read:“Be sure to print your name in the place provided on the front of eachcard and give the folks back home a laugh.”There is also a space on the back of each card provided for Name &rank, Serial No., Branch of Service, and Approved Address. Thesepostcards would fit into many different collections, such as comics, WWIImemorabilia & postcards. They arealso a very interesting and unique item to add to your Coca-Cola collection! Combined shipping for multiple purchases. Thanks for looking. OurGoal and Mission Our goal is to deliver to our customers a quality,sought after collectible product at a fair price which is accurately described and shipped properly and in a reasonable time. Please read our feedback. When atransaction is completed we will leave appropriate feedbackand will appreciate your feedback.Thank you for your buys. Policies and Procedures We ship continental U.S. using standard ground USPS with tracking.Wewill ship large items UPS. If you have any other preference, such as added insurance or priority mailing, please notify us immediately after winning an item. Overseas shipping is available to buyders in selected countries. Please contact us for shipping details.We accept PayPal. You must make payment within seven days of product closing. We package all items professionally and securely and take great care in making sure your item reaches you as you purchased it. Unless otherwise stated, in the event that your item is not as described, we have a seven-day return policy with email notification within three days of your receipt of the item. We try to ship out within 5 days of payment (excluding holidays/weekends),however we do have a busy show/product schedule that may delay shipping by 4-5 days. We appreciate your patience. Feedback is much appreciated and we will leave feedback upon the successful completion of transaction. Thank you for your interest.
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