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Treasure Island Buymore Sales / Grant Products - 1960
Notes: Card fronts show color artwork while backs give story text. American Card Catalog reference is W527. Scans are posted at the Vintage Non-Sports Cards gallery. An edition with French text was marketed in Canada as "L'Île au Trésor." Catalog reference is V339-23.
Box: 36 packs. No. Card Text 1 On the coast, on the way to Bristol my father had 2 All during the day he kept watch on the coast with 3 Months passed by and the downpayment the captain h 4 He even picked a quarrel with Dr. Livesey, who att 5 One day a stranger asked for the captain. When he 6 "Rum, rum", the captain screamed. "I have to leave 7 From his bed the captain complained: "The 'Black D 8 On the paper stood "ten o'clock". "Only six hours 9 None of the villagers were willing to help, for fe 10 Listening intently for any noise outside, we hurri 11 Exhausted from the run, my mother stumbled. "Here 12 "Get out and search", the blind one screamed. "The 13 The customs officers had saved us from terrible da 14 Dr. Livesey was with Squire Trelawney at the manor 15 In the tavern of the ship's cook Long John Silver, 16 Captain Smollett complained to the squire, that th 17 The "Hispaniola" made good way. Soon the island wo 18 The very same day the island was sighted. The crew 19 In the heat the crew became lazy and aggressive. T 20 I smoked until my strength left me, then I crossed 21 "Do you want to kill me too?" Tom cried and ran of 22 A new shock forced me to stop. A quaint figure ran 23 Quickly I told our story to Ben Gunn, and he repli 24 Dr. Livesey reports: In our position it was of the 25 Squire Trelawney and the captain agreed to my plan 26 Joyce and I loaded the boat with powderkegs, guns, 27 We thus brought on our first and many more trips v 28 The boat had been very much overloaded and several 29 The cannonball had alerted the mutineers ashore. A 30 Jim Hawkins, the ships boy, now continues to tell 31 I crept to the blockhouse, climbed across the pali 32 It was Long John Silver, who came as spokesman. Af 33 We prepared for battle. The Captain. An hour passe 34 The pirates who had jumped over the palisades now 35 The Captain shouted: "Get out boys! fight in the o 36 The noise of the battle ebbed away, but our victor 37 At noon, heavily armed and with the map in his poc 38 The boat had to be in Ben Gunn's cave. I found it 39 To my horror I then noticed that the current was t 40 Then as I happened to look back upon the sea, I sa 41 Red-cap O'Brien lay full lenght on his back, next 42 Hands then asked me to fetch a bottle of wine. I b 43 As we ran around the cliffs towards the shore, I s 44 With sudden impact the "Hispaniola" ran aground. T 45 Hands was now at a disadvantage, but in spite of i 46 I was able to free myself from the knife that had 47 I found the place where I had met Ben Dunn and now 48 Silver related that yesterday Dr. Livesey had arri 49 The pirates wanted to dismiss Silver as a captain, 50 In the morning the call "Blockhouse ahoy ..." ... 51 I had to give Silver my word of honour not to go w 52 Loaded down with spades, picks and food and armed 53 Soon we came ashore and climbed uphill. Suddenly 54 We came to some tall trees, but which one would be 55 Now Silver threatened. "This scoundrel has known i 56 Long ago Ben Gunn had carried the treasure into hi 57 The squire said to Silver that he would spare him. 58 Now and again, from a long distance, the sound of 59 The mutineers called out to us, to take them with 60 Soon we landed on an island in the West Indies. Wh Searchwords: jahoc, yr1960, mfrBuymore, mfrGrant, catMisc©2015 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!