|The pictures show a front and back view of all (8) Different Old Airplane Advertising Premium or Prize Trading Cards in this lot. These are not dated but they are all old. The two pink cards appear to be cards from a game.|
The top center card features a Martin XB-51 plane and is a vending machine ''Premiere Trading Card'' from The Oak Manufacturing Company, Inc. of Culver City, California.
The next two are very similar to old airplane cards that were found in 1950s Quaker Oats cereals. These are from a series of (26) cards. They have an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley from England and a Bristol Blenhein from England.
The bottom center card is a photograph card that may have come in a pack of cigarettes. It has a North American P-51 Mustang Fighter.
The other two cards in this lot are from Wings Cigarettes. One is #7 of Series B, Gwinn Aircar and the other is #18 of Series C,Basic Trainer. Both of these are from sets of (50) cards.
All of these for one price! To judge the sizes the largest card here measures about 3-3/4'' x 2-5/8''. These appear to be in various conditions with some spotting and/or creasing as pictured.