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Quick: what's 0 + 9?You cheated and looked at the photo, didn't you?

I've got a full set of addition flash cards from 1948 (100 cards in all, plus a bonus 2 subtraction cards). Each card measures 8-7/8" x 3". For each card, one side has the equation (which would face the student) and the other has the solution (for the questioner/teacher). Either way, if you like vintage flashcards as much as I do, they're perfect. Well, some do have staining, but nothing so bad that it mars the integrity of the card. Some have other spotting, but I'm not sure what it is.

The original box is really beat up—torn, and barely held together with tape. Surprise; it's 64 years old. I'm hoping that doesn't deter you, but I'm guessing it's not the box you're interested in.

I will always combine shipping when possible, and will refund anything over $1 in overpayment. Please convo me if you are interested in shipping to an unlisted country.
Sue, Junker Extraordinaire

Vintage Addition Flash Cards, 1948, full set

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