[Collection of trade cards depicting marbles]. [picture]

[Collection of trade cards depicting marbles]. [picture]

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12 cards : ill.
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Range 89, Bay 6, Shelf 3 Postcard Box B, 67447
Trade card.
These items are in the Bertram Cohen collection on marble memorabilia.
Bertram Cohen collection on marble memorabilia
Digitized in-house March 2016.
[Reproduction of poster for "Chocolat De 3 Freres" entitled "Partie De Billes" (translation: "marble game"). Baker's boy and chimney sweep playing marbles while 3rd boy sneaks bread out of basket] --
["Il Est Honnete Mais Il A La Passion Du Jeu" pastry boy & friends, playing marbles. Number 2 in set. Interesting advertisement for shirt manufacturer on back.] --
["Il Oublie Tout Pour Faire Une partie" (translation: "he forgets everything for a round") pastry boy & friends playing marbles. Number 3 in set.] --
[Color trade card showing girl and boy in fancy mid-19th century clothing playing marbles near fountain, pastel colors.] --
[Color trade card showing 2 boys playing marbles with park in the back ground, soft colors, back is blank.] --
[Color trade card showing 4 boys dressed in fine clothes playing marbles.] - [Color trade card showing 6 children, in soft colors, playing games including marbles; caption "La Recreation" (translation: "playtime")] --
[Color trade card showing three girls playing marbles] --
[Color trade card showing baker boys and telegraph boys playing marbles. Ad on reverse for "Maison Guerion & Co."] --
[Color trade card showing four children in silhouette playing marbles on street. Caption "Partie De Billes" (translation: "game of marbles"). Ad on reverse for "Chocolat Inimitable"] --
[Color trade card showing 4 boys dressed in fine clothes playing marbles. Ad on reverse for "H.A. L. J. Deland & Co.'s Chemical Baking Powder"] --
[Color trade card showing "Saturday Eventing Post" cover September 2, 1939. "Marble Champions" (Girl winning marbles from 2 boys.) Number 49 in Norman Rockwell collectors card series. Back has information on Norman Rockwell. The Curtis Publishing Company, 1993.]