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Old 07-31-2013, 06:44 PM
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Have read the articles and do not doubt there seem to be two kinds of cards out there. Like everything else the best way to appreciate differences is to see them in person. Wonder if there are examples now in Chicago
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Al, I remember having those stickers like the Aaron you show. Didn't those come with the regular cards in one of the series? I just don't recall what series they might have been with. I know I had some stuck on items around my room.
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Two things I want to add to my Pirates collection is the '69 Topps Team Poster, and a Super (probably Blass, because right now the Clemente is out of reach).
Posts like this keep me excited about collecting.
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That Yankees poster is great.
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I have a set of them and they are huge. In an earlier thread there was discussion about how to display them or the 68 and 72 posters and other big Topps insert items. I ended getting artist display portfolios for all those. The one for the 69 team posters is gigantic
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I have a set of them and they are huge. In an earlier thread there was discussion about how to display them or the 68 and 72 posters and other big Topps insert items. I ended getting artist display portfolios for all those. The one for the 69 team posters is gigantic
Glad to see you posting more Al. Never get tires of seeing your stuff. It looks like the art portfolio thing worked well for you. All I have is 2 of the 68s and this 69. I couldn't justify the expense and instead when the top loaded route. This giant posters would have been amazing as a kid--when I would not have been opposed to tacking them to the wall. Now, as a collector, they are a bit on the inconvenient side to own.
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Old 08-03-2013, 01:28 AM
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Great stuff as always, Al. I'm sure that Penny's poster is not vintage, though. I've been seeing a lot of those posters for various 60s products over the past few months. They are cool looking, but they kind of bug me because they seem to be created to fool people into thinking they are real.
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