This mailing is an alert for collectors: sorry to go all salesy if that's not you, but I know a few of you are signed up to hear about the cards and collectibles.
If you're not, here a few interesting links featuring articles you may have missed ... I hope they distract you from reporting this as spam:
Glenda Farrell Biography
King Kong in New York, March 1933
The Centenarians (Updated again to reflect Norman Lloyd's 104th birthday)
Helen Mack Biography
Wild Boys of the Road (1933)
Ace of Aces (1933) because it's a favorite, and because I also have this photo currently for sale:
Okay, for any collectors remaining in the room—I'm running my biggest sale of the year on eBay from Wednesday, November 21 through Tuesday, November 27.
Items that are typically 10% off will be 20% off during this time.
Items that are typically 20% off will be 30% off during this time.
Items that are typically 30% off will be 40% off during this time.
And items that are typically 40% off will be 50% off during this time.
Plus, if you're looking to buy a few items, most items are also eligible for my "Buy 4, Get 1 Free" promotion. Just use eBay's ADD TO CART function, and you'll see the discount apply once you add your fifth item to your cart. And you'll see it again once you add your tenth item to the cart. And so on for the fifteenth item and beyond.
Plus, as long as your order is shipping to a US address, you're receive free USPS First Class shipping once your cart total reaches $25.
And all of these deals can be combined. So let's say you grab 5 items that are marked down 60% (sixty percent off!) ... the fifth one will actually be free. And if those five items total $25, I'm also going to ship them to you for free (as long as you're in the US).
What do I sell—hopefully, you're already aware of this, but I sell vintage movie cards and collectibles, all dating from the 1910s up through about the 1960s. Most of my items are smaller such as trading cards, old postcards, paper photos, and original vintage still photos.
Let's move some stock.
Finally, a very Happy Thanksgiving to you! Can't wait for those side dishes, family and friends, and, of course, King Kong. Have a great holiday!
Thanks very much,
Cliff @ Immortal Ephemera