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George Petty: The Petty Girl 21st Century Archives - 1994
Notes: Also produced in a boxed factory set, of 50 cards plus one Rigid Tool card. Card text is authored by Reid Stewart Austin. Thanks much to Richard Lewandowski and dead74 for updates!
Box: 36 packs of 8 cards. Common sets: approx. 5.72 per box if collation were perfect. No. Text / Title Publication 1 "I'm playing Easter Bunny for the kiddies, but no Esquire - May 1939 2 "Darling, what - kachoo - difference does age - k Esquire - Autumn 1933 3 "A dry Martini and a package of pins!" Esquire - Aug. 1935 4 "Oh, you would - would you!" Esquire - April 1935 5 "Sure C-A-L-L me back in T-E-N M-I-N-U-T-E-S" Esquire - Sept. 1938 6 (Daughter Marjorie) Saturday Home Magazine - 1935 7 "Thanks for the hospitality, Mr. Grover, but I do Esquire - April 1936 8 "He was calling from California - now will you st Esquire - Oct. 1936 9 "I've been frightfully restless all day dear - br Esquire - Mar. 1936 10 Petty's biggest account came in 1932 with Atlas/P Fashions of the Hour - 1927 11 "To 1937" Saturday Home Magazine - Dec. 1936 12 "Come in - who is it?" Esquire - Sept. 1936 13 "But I can't see you tomorrow, darling, I'm getti Esquire - May 1936 14 "They're very glamorous, Colonel, but where are t Esquire - Feb. 1937 15 "A banker" - Well, bring him up - I've always wan Esquire - Oct. 1937 16 "Are you all right, Mr. Jackson? If you are, I've Esquire - Aug. 1938 17 "I want to report this phone out of order - I hav Esquire - July 1938 18 "Why, Mr. Hutton! You're painting with the wrong Esquire - Nov. 1938 19 "You might as well turn the page - I'm not turnin Esquire - Feb. 1938 20 "I forgot to buy him a present and I had to show Esquire - Jan. 1938 21 "It all came about through a combination of thing Esquire - Dec. 1938 22 "I just told the electric company where to head i Esquire - Oct. 1938 23 "All I know, Mother, he must be nuts - he keeps s Esquire - June 1939 24 "He got married while I was out of town, but we'v Esquire - Sept. 1939 25 "I'm returning your fraternity pin and the perfum Esquire - Oct. 1939 26 "An advertising agency wants to know if we're lis Esquire - Mar. 1939 27 "Well-l-l - evidently what I gave him last Christ Esquire - Dec. 1939 28 "Talk about ingratitude! - he never says a word a Esquire - Feb. 1939 29 "I still say it's her better half" Esquire - Aug. 1939 30 "Please, harry, can't you understand? I'm married True - Jan. 1945 31 Miss Athlete True - Feb. 1945 32 Miss Elusive True - Oct. 1945 33 "There's something wrong with this phone... a man True - Sept. 1946 34 "I don't aim to die with my boots on, bub" True - Oct. 1946 35 Miss Spring Fever True - May 1946 36 Miss Girl of Tomorrow True - April 1946 37 "Independence day - and night, that's my motto, J True - July 1946 38 Miss Curvaceous Angler True - June 1946 39 A stocking model's smile is winning, But not as m True - May 1947 40 "You don't have to worry darling. I've turned my True - Jan. 1947 41 "This suit is modest, warm to wear. Tell me, men, True - Nov. 1947 42 Painted in 1939 for Blue Jay Complasters, this un True Calendar - Dec. 1947 43 A girl who knows just when to run, can stop the a True - July 1947 44 Another salute to George's great love - hunting. True - Oct. 1947 45 The Perils of Petty: George delivered this finish Esquire Calendar - Nov. 1955 46 This image, as well as the images on May, June, a Esquire Calendar - Jan. 1955 47 The 1955 calendars for May, June, and July did no Esquire Calendar - May 1955 48 Petty went into semi-retirement after the Esquire Esquire Calendar - June 1955 49 First reproduced here, this frenetic concept was 1965 50 In 1971, Petty was paid homage by Esquire in thei Esquire - July 1955 CHASE CARDS SculptorCast Cards (1:18 packs) R1 No. 65R Jam Proof Self-Contained 1"-2" Threader Ridgid Tool - Jan. 1952 R2 RIDGID No. 500 Pipe And Bolt Threading Machine Ridgid Tool - Feb. 1952 R3 RIDGID Pipe And Vises Ridgid Tool - Mar. 1952 R4 Heavy-Duty Pipe Wrenches with Guaranteed Housing Ridgid Tool - June 1952 R5 RIDGID Tristand Pipe Vises With Tray Ridgid Tool - Nov. 1952 Old Gold Cards (Mail-In Offer) LE1 In February 1935, Petty artwork for Old Gold ciga Oct. 1936 LE2 Old Gold ads were seen regularly in Esquire and T June 1938 LE3 Old Gold's purpose in using Petty was to lure the Aug. 1938 LE4 In April of 1938, the second series exploiting Pe June 1939 LE5 Old Gold also, inadvertently, started the whole E June 1940 PROMO CARDS (unnumbered; marked "Prototype") -- (same image as card #25) -- "What's the idea handing me those roses one at a time?" [Roses at the Door] -- George Brown Petty was born in Chicago ... [Long Red Gown; in packs of Varga 1] Searchwords: jahoc, yr1994, mfr21stCentury, catPinups©1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2013 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!