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    Buffalo Bill Wild West: Advertising Postcard Heralds & Broadside. Three scarce pieces of Buffalo Bill/Pawnee Bill advertising. There are two post-card heralds consisting of eight panels. Folded, they could be mailed for two cents. Open, they are 6-7/8" x 32". One side is printed in full color. The one published in 1912 shows "American Indian" scenes. The other, published the next season, features the "Auto Polo" act. Both are in very good condition. The third piece may be unique. Also in very good condition, it is a broadside advertising the special rail excursion rates to attend the Two Bills Show at Rutland, Vermont, on June 16, 1911.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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