This is an Alfred E. Neuman QSL Ham Radio address card. Produced in the 1960\'s for Ted and Vern Treslar from Forty Fort, Pennsylvania, this item was sent to other Ham Radio operators worldwide who received a signal from the Treslar\'s. This particular card measures approx. 3 1/4\" by 5 2/8\".
This is a special trading card, featuring the creator of MAD Magazine. Produced in 1993 for Eclipse Enterprises, this card features a picture William M. Gaines on the front, along with his publishing biography on the back. This is card #116/146, and is part of a special 36 card "update" set that was produced in 1993. Eclispse went out of business in 1994, and the entire set is out of print and very hard to find. Measuring approx. 2 1/2" by 3 1/2".
This is a special trading card, featuring Alfred E. Neuman of MAD Magazine. Produced in 1995 by FPG, this card features Alfred E. Neuman as a Vampire (along with a mini Alfred vampire) on the front. This is card #64 in the 90-card James Warhola Fantasy Art Trading Cards Set, and is one of two (2) different Alfred E. Neuman cards in the set. Measuring approx. 2 1/2" by 3 1/2"
This is a cool item from the offices of MAD Magazine. Produced in the 1960\'s, this item was sent out to people who received a gift of MAD Magazine as a Christmas present. These were normally sent with the initial issue, and the recipients name was written on the card. Measuring approx. 2 1/4" by 4".
Alfred E. Neuman Promotional Postcard Baseball Art
This item is a promotional postcard from the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. Featuring MAD Magazine's Alfred E. Neuman on the front, this card was produced for "The Artist and The Baseball Card" orignal art exhibit, which was held from August 27 to October 20, 2007 at the PCA&D Gallery. The artist for the Alfred E. Neuman art was Richard Williams, who was MAD Magazine\'s primary cover artist in the 1980's and 1990's. Measuring approx. 4" by 6".
This is a cool piece MAD memorabilia. Produced in 1995 by Gibson Greetings, the front of this card features artwork by James Warhola. There is a greeting on the inside of the card, which reads, "Aren't you glad I just got you this card instead? Have a good one!"
Dave Berg "The Lighter Side Of..." Desk Plaque SMOKERS
This is a cool display item featuring the work of MAD Magazine's Dave Berg. Produced in 1993 for sale in the Warner Brothers Studio Stores, this item is one of three (3) different "The Lighter Side of....." display plaques. They were sold exclusively in the Warner Bros. stores, and were not good sellers. This particular example is the "Smokers" version.
Produced in 1995 by Gibson Greetings, the front of this card features a Jack Davis drawing of an elderly lady with a grocery shopping cart. The left hand border also features a series of Alfred E. Neuman faces. There is a greeting on the inside of the card, which reads, "......that\'s under 50 cents."
Produced in 1994 by Gibson Greetings, the front of this card features a cartoon drawing of Moses by John Caldwell. There is a greeting on the inside of the card, which reads, "......oh, go ahead, it's your birthday."
Greeting Card Gibson Greetings Important Recall Notice
Produced in 1994 by Gibson Greetings, the front of this card features the words, "Important Recall Notice", along with the face of Alfred E. Neuman in an official-looking embossed seal. The outer rim of the front of the card features the border artwork from the earliest issues of MAD (#24-29). There is a greeting on the inside of the card, which reads, "I happened to recall it's your birthday!"
Produced in 1995 by Gibson Greetings, this item is a display sign for the line of MAD Magazine greeting cards by Gibson. This sign was placed into the greeting card display rack, and the cards were placed in front of them. Measuring approx. 8 1/4" by 15 1/2"
Alfred E. Neuman Sticker Widespread Panic Unauthorized
Produced in the early 2000's, this item was produced for the musical group, Widespread Panic. This item features Alfred E. Neuman in the center of the sticker, and it is an unauthorized used of Alfred. Measuring approx. 3 3/4" in diameter.
Produced in the 1990's, this item is a Christmas card that was produced by Bob Clarke, the popular illustrator from MAD Magazine. Until recently, Mr. Clarke produced his own Christmas cards, which he sent to all of his friends and relatives during the Christmas season.
Back in 2009, the Gallery At East Atlanta Tattoo held a small exhibition of MAD Magazine-inspired paintings. Artists from all around the USA displayed their intrepretations of Alfred E. Neuman, Spy vs. Spy, and Don Martin and Dave Berg characters. This exhibition was even featured in the pages of MAD Magazine. This item is a signed and numbered print from the hand of Eric Scsavnicki, a well-known tattoo artist from Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Scsavnicki produced the original for the gallery display, then sold prints of his art. This is print #14, and was the last one offered. Measuring approx. 8 1/2" by 11", it is signed and numbered at the lower left hand corner.