The same clueless seller referenced in the post below sold these exceedingly rare 3-D cards for a song, leaving another pile of money on the table. The key learning - as I’ve pointed out MANY times - if you don’t know about the value of an object, NEVER use the BIN format.
The graphics on this great dance card are both simple and compelling. The cats seem to be focused on having fun. Dance cards as a sub-genre of small paper are uncommon. The condition on this one is super - as are the sellers!
This excellent energetic card was made by Gibson, not Dennison. This is a hard item to score, and this seller has started it at a very reasonable price. If you don't have this, snap it up.
01/09 Update: This sold for the unimaginably high price of $155.66.
Rosen made three distinct sets of their Trix or Treats cards. Set A consists of six cards, while Sets B and C consist of five cards. This is a card from Set B, the best of the three sets, produced during the late 1940s into the early 1950s. The RSIN for any one from this set is 3 and guide value is $70. Turn to pages 90-91 to see all cards from all sets.
Both of these rare cards were made during the 1930s by Hallmark. The mark showing an H within a circle was one the Kansas City firm used at that time.
This is one of five cards comprising a complete set of what I call "Set B" made by Rosen in the late 1940s-early 1950s. All of the cards from this set are desirable and somewhat hard to find. Arguably, the best card is the one showing dancing skeletons, but this card is quite appealing in its own way. All cards from all sets can be seen on pages 90-92.
09/20 Update: This sold for a strong $103.51.