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The Art Of Vintage Marvel

Author : Marvel Comics Group
ISBN : 0811858928
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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100 classic comic book covers from the 1960s to the 1980s. Featuring everyone's favorite superheroes, from Silver Surfer, the Hulk, and Spider-Man to the Fantastic Four, Captain America, and X-Men.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

70s Girls Comics 100 Postcards

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ISBN : 1405268387
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A unique collection of 100 postcards, each featuring images of Misty, Tammy, and Jinty - the unforgettable, plucky heroines of the Golden Age of comics for girls. From gymnastics and school hijinks to spine-tingling mystery and menace, there's an abundance of classic images in this sturdy gift box. A perfect nostalgia gift for all fans of 1970s girls' comics.
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Battle 100 Postcards

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ISBN : 1405268379
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A unique collection of 100 postcards, each featuring a different Battle comics image. From Rat Pack and Major Eazy to Johnny Red and Charley’s War, there’s an abundance of classic images in a sturdy gift box. A perfect nostalgia gift for all fans of British classic comics.
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Saucy Postcards The Bamforth Collection

Author : Marcus Hearn
ISBN : 9781472105479
Genre : Humor
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The Yorkshire-based publisher Bamforth & Co started producing 'saucy' postcards in 1910. These cheeky designs became synonymous with the English seaside resorts where they were sold, but were exported all over the world. After WW2, Bamforth artists began to satirise the classic comic archetypes that still resonate today - henpecked husbands, naughty nurses and randy milkmen. Contemporary concerns ranging from the contraceptive pill to the Space Race also received the irreverent Bamforth treatment. Saucy Postcards: The Bamforth Collection celebrates the golden age of these comic gems, with a selection of more than 250 cards originally published from the early 1950s to the mid-1970s. The book's introduction reveals the story behind the company, and the battles with the postcard censorship committees that resulted in almost 150 prosecutions.
Category: Humor

Collecting Vintage Football Cards A Complete Guide With Checklists

Author : Mike Bonner
ISBN : 9781365308475
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Nationally recognized football card authorities Mike Bonner and Carl Lamendola have written the ultimate vintage guide. Their lively, well-researched chapters are supplemented with unique checklists and images of rare items. A must-read for advanced collectors and novices alike. For over twenty years, Mike and Carl have collaborated on insightful articles about the vintage football card hobby. This book is the newest and most comprehensive edition of their work in the field.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Postcard America

Author : Jeffrey L. Meikle
ISBN : 9780292726611
Genre : History
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From the Great Depression through the early postwar years, any postcard sent in America was more than likely a “linen” card. Colorized in vivid, often exaggerated hues and printed on card stock embossed with a linen-like texture, linen postcards celebrated the American scene with views of majestic landscapes, modern cityscapes, roadside attractions, and other notable features. These colorful images portrayed the United States as shimmering with promise, quite unlike the black-and-white worlds of documentary photography or Life magazine. Linen postcards were enormously popular, with close to a billion printed and sold. Postcard America offers the first comprehensive study of these cards and their cultural significance. Drawing on the production files of Curt Teich & Co. of Chicago, the originator of linen postcards, Jeffrey L. Meikle reveals how photographic views were transformed into colorized postcard images, often by means of manipulation—adding and deleting details or collaging bits and pieces from several photos. He presents two extensive portfolios of postcards—landscapes and cityscapes—that comprise a representative iconography of linen postcard views. For each image, Meikle explains the postcard’s subject, describes aspects of its production, and places it in social and cultural contexts. In the concluding chapter, he shifts from historical interpretation to a contemporary viewpoint, considering nostalgia as a motive for collectors and others who are fascinated today by these striking images.
Category: History

The Classic Slum

Author : Robert Roberts
ISBN : 9780141932354
Genre : Social Science
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A study which combines personal reminiscences with careful historical research, the myth of the 'good old days' is summarily dispensed with; Robert Roberts describes the period of his childhood, when the main affect of poverty in Edwardian Salford was degredation, and, despite great resources of human courage, few could escape such a prison.
Category: Social Science