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Boston & Maine Railroad Tickets -- Special Train Only on August 17, 1893 Harbor Excursion
1 Boston & Maine Railroad Tickets -- Special Train Only on August 17, 1893 Harbor Excursion
Boston & Maine Railroad 1893 Very good 
Three railroad tickets issued by the Boston & Maine Railroad good only for a single day. Of the three only the top one was used for a Harbor Excursion on Agusust 17, 1893 from Springfiels, Massachusetts to Boston and return. The middle ticket was good for a trip from Nantasket or Bass Point to Boston and the third from Boston to Nantasket or Bass Point. As you can see, the bottom two are stamped in red. This reads "These two coupons will be accepted for one admission to the Boston Baseball Grounds." All three are stamped on the back. The three tickets are still attached and together measure 3"x4-3/4". They will arrive with cardboard backing in a postcard sleeve. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Cher Living Proof Farewell Tour 2003 (With Ticket Gund Arena Cleveland)
2 Cher Living Proof Farewell Tour 2003 (With Ticket Gund Arena Cleveland)
Unknown loation Isis Productions Inc. 2003 card cover Very good Condition 
If you're a Cher fan and don't have one of these you might want to take a look -- it's a dazzler! There's almost no text, but the photographs are all in color, huge, and spectacular. The cherry on the cake is the entire ticket-- not just the stub. It's an adult ticket for Gund Arena, Cleveland, Ohio May 16, 2003 at 7:30 p.m.. and shows a price of $79.75. This is not a program -- it's a homage and an oversized one at 12" x 15-1/2". Pages are clean and tightly bound, but there is some edge wear at spots to both side of cover. Price has been lowered accord8ngly. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Irish Hospitals' Sweepstake Ticket 1953
3 Irish Hospitals' Sweepstake Ticket 1953
Ireland 1953 Very Good 
I haven't see one of these since I was a kid. My Irish grandparents used to buy them, but it was a very mysterious thing. Not only did the ticket itself look scary to me, but the whole thing was shrouded in mystery. Now I know why -- they were illegal in the U.S.!The Irish Sweepstake was not like today's lottery where numbers are drawn. Each ticket was assigned to a racehorse, so it was really a form of gambling. By the 60s the U.S. lightened up on it, but sales were already declining by then -- helped along by a report via Fortune magazine that the original motive to support Irish hospitals had morphed into goodies for for-profit businesses. The ticket is in fine condition and will arrive in a plastic sleeve backed by cardboard. It measures 3"x3-1/2". Every Irish-Americn needs one for auld memory's sake! 
Price: 6.95 USD
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Real Photo Postcard Boy Dressed as Railroad Conductor Taking Man's Ticket, Pittsburg, PA
4 Real Photo Postcard Boy Dressed as Railroad Conductor Taking Man's Ticket, Pittsburg, PA
Pittsburgh, PA AZO/Arcade Studios 1926-1940's Fine 
This is a fun real photo postcard showing a man pretending to be a train passenger and a young boy dressed up like a conductor to take his ticket. Maybe a grandfather and grandson on an afternoon in Pittsburgh having some fun. I wish we could date it exactly, but it was never sent and has no writing on it at all. The only clue is the markings on the stamp box which indicates by the four squares in the corners that it's from 1926 to the 1940's. Big span, but a great image! 
Price: 21.95 USD
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Vintage Tickets The Cleveland Railway Company (1932, 1935)
5 Vintage Tickets The Cleveland Railway Company (1932, 1935)
Cleveland, Ohio The Cleveland Railway Company 1932, 1935 Very good condition 
Here we have two tickets for the Cleveland Railway Company. The older one, which dates from 1932, is the red one and is a $1.25 weekly system pass. It says on the face, "Good for transportation on any street-car or motor coach line of the company (except express) until midnight of the day shown on face. Two children under 12 will be carried free with the holder on Sundays and holidays. The green ticket is from 1935 and still cost $1.25 for 12 rides. The same message is on this one, only at the back. Tickets measures 2-1/2" x 3-1/2". Both will arrive in a plastic sleeve. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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World's Columbian Exposition Ticket Expressly for Chicago Day Oct. 9th 1893
6 World's Columbian Exposition Ticket Expressly for Chicago Day Oct. 9th 1893
Chicago World's Columbian Exposition 1893 Fine condition 
Paper is crisp and clean and shows a nice graphic. Each day of the fair there was a different ticket -- for Children's Day, for Half Price Day etc. This one is for Chicago Day which was October 9, 1893. The ticket measures 2"x4" and shows a graphic of Fort Dearborn with the date 1833 on the reverse side. Ticket is discounted due to loss of stub. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Biltmore: The Vision and Reality of George  W. Vanderbilt, Richard Morris Hunt, and Fred Law Olmsted (1975 includes ticket), Cecil, William A.V.
7 Cecil, William A.V. Biltmore: The Vision and Reality of George W. Vanderbilt, Richard Morris Hunt, and Fred Law Olmsted (1975 includes ticket)
Asheville, North Carolina The Biltmore Company 1975 soft cover Very good condition 
There is a special charm to this booklet which focuses on the architecture and grounds of Biltmore. It's all about BIG, beautiful photographs with a text that's also big in print size. But the real surprise was the ticket laid-in which shows the house in full color. The booklet measures 8-1/2" x 11" and has 96 pages. The ticket is in excellent condition and the booklet is likewise nice, but does show a little light foxing on both sides of the cover, but none inside. The back cover also has a small ownership label in upper corner, but nothing has been written on it. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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