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Old 04-05-2018, 06:00 PM
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Default Fabulous WaJo signed PC discovered

Recently found in the files of the museum in Weiser, Idaho.
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I'll take it!


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Too cool! Thanks for sharing!
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Awesome! Thanks Hank...
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Fantastic Hank. Thanks for posting.
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Hi Hank,
Long time no see. Ah,,, those Willow Grove and Ft Washington days with Bob Schmierer . It was fun then.
Sweet WaJo piece, very nice.
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Hi Hank,
Long time no see. Ah,,, those Willow Grove and Ft Washington days with Bob Schmierer . It was fun then.
Sweet WaJo piece, very nice.
Hi Richard,
Those "Wild West" days really were exciting, pre-Internet, even pre-catalogs for the most part. The anticipation of heading for a show or getting the new Trader Speaks or SCD to see what treasures might be lurking within can only be approached at the National these days. I still love the stuff, and I do enjoy the organization and relative sophistication the Web, AHs, TPAs, etc., have brought to the hobby, but I'm also grateful for having been there when it--and we--were young and evolving.
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Those "Wild West" days really were exciting, pre-Internet, even pre-catalogs for the most part. The anticipation of heading for a show or getting the new Trader Speaks or SCD to see what treasures might be lurking within can only be approached at the National these days. I still love the stuff, and I do enjoy the organization and relative sophistication the Web, AHs, TPAs, etc., have brought to the hobby, but I'm also grateful for having been there when it--and we--were young and evolving.

We were young?
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We were young?
When I was in my 30s and 40s, from this vantage point? Damn right that was young!
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