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    Gold Medal Funny Pages Jig-Saw Puzzle Series 1 - The Captain and the Kids - Incomplete (United Features Syndicate/Transogram Co., 1938) Condition: FR. A jigsaw puzzle and original box featuring The Captain and the Kids. The box is colorful and has images of Li'l Abner as well and The Captain, Momma, and Hans and Franz, those little "darlinks"! The box is in Very Good condition, with one torn corner. The puzzle is missing several pieces. Incomplete.

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    August, 2018
    12th Sunday
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