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Old 01-09-2018, 06:41 PM
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Your work is unreal Tim. Great Job on all of these pieces.


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I was thinking that too. Not that your earlier work isn't good, but we're literally watching you perfect your craft a little more with each piece. Thanks for taking us on the ride!
I think Tim was pretty damn perfect two years ago.
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Your work is unreal Tim. Great Job on all of these pieces.


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Thank you, Andy! If you ever get the itch to have one of those T206 backs with purple stamps hanging on the wall, let me know.

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Thank you, Peter! Very proud you are still enjoying the Babe. You will find humor in knowing that the time I spent with the blue on the 48L Musial was on par with that 33G green!
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Making good on my promise for a productive January, I am now finished with this: a 1938 Goudey Joe DiMaggio. This one measures just over 24" x 30", and was slowly made just for fun over the course of the past year. It is available.

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Commissioned 1959 Topps Bob Gibson RC. The color contrast in the original card design made this one fun to work!

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hmm thinking you need to make a Cracker jack with a crease or two, rounded corners and some caramel staining! Stretch those artistic muscles of yours! As always, love your work.
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Phenomenal. Period.
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Thank you both! I'm working to secure some '04 Topps Cracker Jacks, and then I'll begin work on the Joe Jackson (mint condition, of course!)
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