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Old 01-11-2018, 09:27 AM
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Really like that snapshot photo; looks like a professional pic. I have a photo “somewhere” that has very similar writing on the back; possibility same photographer. A goal this year is to be more organized so hopefully I’ll get my act together.

The Transogram piece looks brand new. I don’t understand why they even put their names on the packaging since the plastic figures “almost” have an exact likeness. Wonder how they chose who was going to be in the three pack?

I’m a sucker for photos so the recent posting of the B&W pic is very cool. While I don’t personally have a lot of phots I’d like to add more in the future. Should have added them earlier since the pricing for Type 1 photographs are going up quickly in price.
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Nice photo Mike!

Day 12

This next item is much tougher than the previous item I posted (3-player Transogram box with cards and statues). I purchased it on eBay years ago in a group of about 12 single boxes. I have since sold the rest, but kept the Clemente. I can't remember the last time I saw a single Clemente but it seems like it has been years.

1969 Transogram boxed statue with card...not sure why the 2nd photo appears hazy, it is not like that in hand.



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Great thread, and I'll really be looking forward to this! Thanks a lot for sharing your collection!
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Old 01-12-2018, 07:43 AM
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Thanks Eldon, hope you enjoy the rest!

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Similar to the busts that Mike (71buc) posted earlier in this thread, this item was issued later than the originals in 1973.

1988 Ivo Zini gold painted bust...



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Thanks Eldon, hope you enjoy the rest!

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Similar to the busts that Mike (71buc) posted earlier in this thread, this item was issued later than the originals in 1973.

1988 Ivo Zini gold painted bust...
I have always been curious about that one. Is it solid or is it a coin bank with a slot like originals?
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Mike,

I'm pretty sure it is solid, but I will find out.

Edited to add: It is solid

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Day 14

Roberto does not have a lot of vintage pins (especially PM10s) compared to Mantle or Mays, but this is one of my favorites.

1969 MLB Pinback...


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1956 Topps Regular Issue and Team card...

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Roberto has a good number of regular issue cards and this is probably my favorite. The ‘72 is a close second; love the look of that card!
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Mark,

I agree, the 72 Topps regular and In Action are two of my favorites.
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