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    World's Columbian Exposition: Group of Thirty Return Passes, (Doolin 20), four colors. These passes were to allow those using ticket books to leave and return on a given day. Following is again the most complete numerical set of Return Passes ever offered. Most are in near mint condition; some have minor fading/paper lost or glue residue on the reverse.
    01- Tan (chipped corner)
    03- Tan
    04- Red
    05- Tan
    06- Green and 06-Pink
    10- Orange
    11- Tan
    12- Blue-gray
    15- Tan
    16- Blue
    17- Faded/blue-gray and 17-light orange
    18- Red and 18-Faded blue-gray
    19- Tan and 19-Orange
    20- Tan
    22- Green, 22-Tan and 22-Orange
    25- Orange
    28- Tan
    29- Orange and 29-Tan
    30- Blue-Green
    From the collection of Norm Bolotin.

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