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Old 10-03-2018, 11:02 PM
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I am surprised that no one has started this thread yet. I love original 35mm color slides. I added these two to my collection tonight. These photos reflect the way the 10 year-old version of me remembers Roberto. Perhaps that's why I love them so much. Although I am terribly biased I think these are two of the most attractive portraits of the early 1970s version of Roberto I have seen.
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Old 10-04-2018, 03:13 AM
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This Munsingware Sign featuring World Heavyweight Champion Jess Willard came today....little rough but so rare may be only extant....as I showed it to John Buonaguidi of All American Antiques in Monterey Calif and he'd never seen it...John who I've known many years...going way back over thirty years...when I first got into this...is sort of a done it all, had it all, when it comes to early boxing signs and posters especially...and he hadn't seen it...John pointed out there's no mention of being world champion...so it may be from before he won the championship. Willard knocked out Jack Johnson in Havana Cuba in 1919 to win the title...
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Old 10-04-2018, 05:32 AM
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Hey Carlton, killer sign!!
What a great find, congrats!!
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The past couple of weeks have been the best for adding to my collection that I have ever had! First, went to an estate sale and it turned out to be for a former Rockford Peaches player....lots of items were being let go and the prices were unbelievable! Then hit a flea market not too far away and was lucky enough to find this 1950 Johnny Pesky gamer for less than $10.00! I could not believe it. Apparently, treasures are still out there once in awhile and finding these things will make me continue the search! Thanks.
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Old 10-04-2018, 01:19 PM
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Mickey Mantle by LIFE Magazine photographer Ralph Morse.
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:41 AM
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The past couple of weeks have been the best for adding to my collection that I have ever had! First, went to an estate sale and it turned out to be for a former Rockford Peaches player....lots of items were being let go and the prices were unbelievable! Then hit a flea market not too far away and was lucky enough to find this 1950 Johnny Pesky gamer for less than $10.00! I could not believe it. Apparently, treasures are still out there once in awhile and finding these things will make me continue the search! Thanks.
Oh, that is AWESOME!
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Old 10-05-2018, 02:58 PM
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Old 10-05-2018, 04:40 PM
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Picked up my signs from Hunt Auctions today and hung them on the garage already. Also picked up the Pie Traynor retired number sign but still looking for a place to put that one.
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I'm digging my new Lefty:

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I am surprised that no one has started this thread yet. I love original 35mm color slides. I added these two to my collection tonight. These photos reflect the way the 10 year-old version of me remembers Roberto. Perhaps that's why I love them so much. Although I am terribly biased I think these are two of the most attractive portraits of the early 1970s version of Roberto I have seen.
Cool. Can you get a photo printed from a slide? Ive kinda been considering a Giants slide.
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