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Old 04-07-2011, 06:14 PM
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Leon, what are you going to do when your type collection is finished? Hope that doesn't happen on 12/21/12--might mean the end is here for all of us!

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Larry
I collect ancillary items to the cards and multiple cards from some sets...as well as a few sets themselves. There is always something to keep a collector interested in pre-war. I was speaking with a friend today about how fun it will be to do a catalog with my whole collection in it. I don't see it happening very soon though....
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Old 04-07-2011, 06:27 PM
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It might make a very nice coffee table book, though Leon, with both some background text and color photos, and you wouldn't even have to sell a thing! Might even be a decent market for it.

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Old 04-07-2011, 11:31 PM
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after taming the monster, i focused on type collection:
1900-1939; T era packs; key photographers Conlon,Thompson,Bain, Van Oeyen,
Burke,
Brace---always hoping to get a photo with a matching card, e.g. T3 Paskert
and Conlon's Paskert.
I have all my types framed which keeps me from buying everything known to humankind and helps me truly buy favs.
Some are graded; some are not---usually depends on how much 'double' protection, i'm after.
All my T206s are framed for protection---mainly sgc, a few psa's and gai,
very few bvg's.
Don't much care what the grade is---some are 2's, some are
8's---and loads of others. Key criterion: i love 'em.
best of luck collecting,
barry
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