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Dark Shadows Bubble Gum Card Box with (4) Cards.

Lot 0556 Details

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(Swell, 1969) An original store display box for the 2nd series of "wallet photos" card packs with gum based on Dark Shadows. The gothic soap opera is highly regarded today as one of the greatest cult shows of all time, with a large part of its popularity arising from Jonathan Frid's iconic portrayal of the memorable vampire Barnabas Collins, pictured here on the box cover. The box measures 3.75"x8" and 1.75" tall while the (4) included Series 1 and 2 cards measure 3.5"x2.5". The condition is good with a few small creases or tears to the box from use, and a few small spots of staining to the lid.
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Dark Shadows Bubble Gum Card Box with (4) Cards.

Estimate $100 - $200
Jan 31
Starting Price $100
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0556: Dark Shadows Bubble Gum Card Box with (4) Cards.

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Lot 0556 Details

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(Swell, 1969) An original store display box for the 2nd series of "wallet photos" card packs with gum based on Dark Shadows. The gothic soap opera is highly regarded today as one of the greatest cult shows of all time, with a large part of its popularity arising from Jonathan Frid's iconic portrayal of the memorable vampire Barnabas Collins, pictured here on the box cover. The box measures 3.75"x8" and 1.75" tall while the (4) included Series 1 and 2 cards measure 3.5"x2.5". The condition is good with a few small creases or tears to the box from use, and a few small spots of staining to the lid.

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