Pictured are two pieces of John and Jacqueline Kennedy memorabilia including a special section from The Philadelphia Inquirer dated December 22, 1963, titled "Profile in Courage", A Pictorial Tribute to a Great Lady...Jacqueline Kennedy and a group of Twenty-one 1964 John F. Kennedy Topps Trading Cards. Below is a description of each item and its condition:
The Philadelphia Inquirer special section dated December 22, 1963, titled "Profile in Courage", A Pictorial Tribute to a Great Lady...Jacqueline Kennedy. This 16 page supplement gives a loving tribute to Jacqueline Kennedy from that tragic day in November, 1963, when she lost her beloved husband and the days that lead up to JFK's funeral. The supplement has 16 pages with full page photos and story lines that will take you back to 1963 when our country was shaken by the death of JFK.
**Condition: The front and back covers are in good condition, very clean and bright. The inside pages are in very good condition, very clean and bright. *Covers: There is minor wear along the spine, a tiny tear along the right edge of the front cover, and very light crease marks on front and back covers.
Twenty-one 1964 Topps John F. Kennedy Trading Cards which feature important events from the life and political career of John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline, and their children. These trading cards were issued before his assassination. A complete set contained 77 cards. This group has 21 cards with 5 duplicates. They measure 2 1/2" by 3 1/2". Listed below is the number of each card and its condition:
No. 2—corners bumped, rough right edge. No. 9—two corners bumped. No. 9—name written on back in blue ink, two corners bumped. No. 20—one corner bumped.
No. 21—three corners bumped. No. 27—one corner bumped. No. 27—three corners bumped, name written in blue ink on back. No. 27—some red ink on front.
No. 28—two corners bumped. No. 28—two corners bumped. No. 30—two corners bumped. No. 33—Very good. No. 38—three corners bumped.
No. 43—Very good. No. 53—two corners bumped. No. 56—two corners bumped. No. 61—two corners bumped. No. 63—one corner bumped. No. 71—very good.
No. 74—two corners bumped. No. 77—two corners bumped.
The back of each card has a short description of the photo on the card. The edges are sharp and the boarders are pretty well centered around the photos. The back of the cards are off white in color except for Card No. 28 where the back is white.
Where were you when JFK lost his life? I was a 13 year old boy home from school sick watching TV when a news flash came on that the President had been shot. These two items will b. ring back both the good and the bad memories of your childhood if you grew up in the 1960's.
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