The rubber relic looks like it was punched out of a tire slice and then hot glued on top of the card. No thickening of the card here to even it out. Cut, glue, plop.
|2001 Press Pass Premium - Hot Treads|
Jeff Burton (card # HT 14)
The second card is a tobacco card. From Great Britain in the late 1930s. I liked the look of it. I've never been to England but I'd like to visit Rye. It also sounds like a sandwich. "Yeah, I'll have a rye on sussex. Hold the mayo." This fine card set me back 907 credits.
|"Holidays In Britain"|
W.A. & A.C. Churchman - Series of 48 - (1938)
(card # 13)
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