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Another example of the 1938 series Horrors of War trading cards (widely sought after decades later) from Gum Inc., one of the most famous trading card sets of all-time. There were 288 cards divided into 2 series. Scenes of torture, bloody battlefields and children under attack are all shown in the set. The backs offer detailed descriptions of what’s happening on the card.

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Just one of the trading cards (widely sought after decades later) from the 1938 series Horrors of War from Gum Inc., one of the most famous trading card sets of all-time. There were 288 cards divided into 2 series. Scenes of torture, bloody battlefields and children under attack are all shown in the set. The backs offer detailed descriptions of what’s happening on the card.

Set of Fifty-Two Playing Cards Date: ca. 1470–80 Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver