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1960 Armour Franks Premium Baseball Coin Color Advertisement
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This item is already sold1960 Armour Franks Premium Baseball Coin Color Advertisement
Baseball   Premium   Coin   Token   Advertising   Sports   Boy Scout
The picture shows this 1960 Armour Franks Premium Baseball Coin Color Advertisement. The ad pictures two of the premium coins. It has the obverse of the Charles “Mickey” Mantle / New York Yankees coin and the reverse of the Al Kaline coin. The hot dog packaging pictures one of the coins as well.

It also pictures a boy character holding a pair of 1960 All Star Baseball tickets. The ad lists all of the coins in the set and offers two backboards to put the coins. It pictures many other prizes that could be won. Both sides are in full color. The other side (not pictured) has a Boy Scout comic strip entitled: “SCOUTING 50 YEARS FROM NOW” which is predicting a very futuristic year 2010.

The ad measures 10-1/4" x 13-1/2". It would look great framed! It is in near mint condition with light age discoloration.

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1960 Armour Franks Premium Baseball Coin Color Advertisement


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