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Miss Masters' Spoofy Tunes
01-11-2013, 06:40 PM
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Miss Masters' Spoofy Tunes
I bought a box of cards at a local card shop, and I am just trying to find out some more information on them. They are copyrighted by Pamema Marketed Ltd. from Ontario, Canada, Called "Butthedz Trading Cards presents... Miss Masters' Spoofy Tunes Series 1". They feature Canadian artist Dave Dawson depicting celebrities in unflattering ways. It is a 55 card set with 2 chase cards, one of which is autographed by Dave Dawson. I tried looking this company up and can't find out if they ever produced anything else. From what I can gather the company dissolved in 2004, and I can't find anything on the artist Dave Dawson. If anybody has anything to share about these cards I would love to know. Thanks!
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01-29-2013, 11:11 AM
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RE: Miss Masters' Spoofy Tunes
(01-11-2013 06:40 PM)Resirek Wrote:  I bought a box of cards at a local card shop, and I am just trying to find out some more information on them. They are copyrighted by Pamema Marketed Ltd. from Ontario, Canada, Called "Butthedz Trading Cards presents... Miss Masters' Spoofy Tunes Series 1". They feature Canadian artist Dave Dawson depicting celebrities in unflattering ways. It is a 55 card set with 2 chase cards, one of which is autographed by Dave Dawson. I tried looking this company up and can't find out if they ever produced anything else. From what I can gather the company dissolved in 2004, and I can't find anything on the artist Dave Dawson. If anybody has anything to share about these cards I would love to know. Thanks!

Hah! I thought I was the only person on this site with that set. I picked it up quite a few years ago and I remember looking around for more stuff from Butthedz, but I couldn't find anything. However, now that I know someone else has some of these cards I think I'll go ahead and add it to the Beckett database. In the meantime, I'll do some digging around for more info. Let us know if you discover anything new on the mysterious Miss Masters.

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