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    World's Columbian Exposition: Group of Three Vienna Bakery Tickets. These tickets pertain to Concession 8, Original Vienna Bakery and Café, including: blue ink, 10 Cents, number 422772 (in red). Doolin No. 113; green ink, 25 Cents, number 58262 (in black) Doolin No. 114; Specimen ticket, unique, black ink on white lightweight paper, one of numerous proof-essays acquired by the consignor. The rest now all reside in private collections, including the only known specimen ticket of the Ferris Wheel. Blank where the number would be. From the collection of Norm Bolotin.

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    December, 2008
    2nd-3rd Tuesday-Wednesday
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