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Old 08-01-2014, 07:36 AM
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Just got back from the National. It is true, if you can't find it at the national, it doesn't exist. It is also probably true-don't go to the National expecting to find a deal. Saw some beauties there including autographs of Oscar Charleston, Willie Keeler and Frank Chance-none of whom I could afford. However, did manage to pick this up



Hopefully, he will get elected next year.
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Just got back from the National. It is true, if you can't find it at the national, it doesn't exist. It is also probably true-don't go to the National expecting to find a deal. Saw some beauties there including autographs of Oscar Charleston, Willie Keeler and Frank Chance-none of whom I could afford. However, did manage to pick this up



Hopefully, he will get elected next year.
Nice pick up, I also think he will get in next year.
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Old 08-01-2014, 09:43 AM
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Nice pickup. If I may ask, which dealer did you pick it up from ?

Was still negotiating with my boss (my wife) to sneak away for a day to
attend the National this year, but then I noted that autograph dealer
Ron Gordon (Las Cruces, NM) was not listed among the dealers setting up.
Since Ron has consistantly come through for me at the National Show, with
at least one item on my want list, it seems less necessary to attend. It is still
a wonderous place to spend a day, but a much harder sell to the Mrs.
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I got if from Kevin Keating after searching for 2 years. I knew Kevin had it, but tried to find it cheaper from somewhere else-to no avail. I will say that Kevin did work with me, but he knows exactly what he has and charges with that in mind.

You can always do what I did to get the wife's permission-not tell her

I live near Detroit, so was able to get there and back in a day.
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I literally scooped up this Marquard within 10 minutes of being listed. I just could not let this beauty go, and now have two of this pose.

The Cuyler is a good filler until I get a signed '33 of his and the Frisch predates my PB I have of his.
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Signed HOF T206 graded out to a 4, I'll take that all day
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Congrats Brent. If I may how much was it?
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Got these two tonight. The baseball was a ball pitched to jeter on July 8th. Bought that Tuesday in Cleveland and was able to get jeter to sign it tonight.

He also signed my cervelli jersey from jeters 3000 hit game.
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Wow, how crazy was it trying to get Jeter to sign it?
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Lots of people trying to get him.
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Made a purchase from Dave at daves_resale_shop and he threw in some extra goodies. I really like this one:

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That Trucks piece is unreal! Wow, I may have to change my focus lol
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Had a productive day at Nats Park on Saturday before they slaughtered the Phillies 11-0.

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Tyler Clippard, Danny Espinosa, Scott Hairston, Anthony Rendon, Asdrupal Cabrera, Wilson Ramos, Danny Espinosa (again), Drew Storen, Tyler Clippard (again), former player/announcer F.P. Santangelo.

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Did Jeter stop and sign outside the park?

Did he sign for everyone?

Really curious, I kinda want to make the trip to Tampa and try in a week.
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Some recent pickups from Dave's Resale Shop...Thanks again David! I can't wait to get the Eleanor!!
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He was kind enough to trade me this wags, had my framer rework it this afternoon & got the finished product back..
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He was kind enough to trade me this wags, had my framer rework it this afternoon & got the finished product back..
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Wags envelope looks great, esp w the original photo and orig T206..hehe.

J did another awesome job, seems like one of those deals when both made out well
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Dave,
I have seen your stuff on here for awhile and it is as impressive as it is artistically framed and appealing. You and your framer do a good job.
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I have seen your stuff on here for awhile and it is as impressive as it is artistically framed and appealing. You and your framer do a good job.
I appreciate the kind words! but frankly, I can't take any credit... I have been working with Jason at Framer's Edge for about 3 years now... he's friendly, provides good value, and does great work... I am tremendously lucky to have a guy like him in my corner!

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Got this really neat 1936 Album page with a rookie Joe Dimaggio on it...

The Ted Kleinhaus signature helps date the page to 1936 (Only year with the Yanks)...

What I find to be real interesting about this one is that it has a bold (almost spiteful) E.V. Doc Painter signature directly below Joe's...

[ATTACH88_joed_1.jpg[/ATTACH]Joe apparently sprained his ankle in the preseason... Doc was the team trainer and an early adopter of progressive rehabilitation techniques...

Rather than Icing Joe's sprain, he stuck his leg in a diathermy machine which gave Joe 1 st degree burns on much of his ankle and foot... As a result he was out nearly a month and didn't make his debut until May 1936...

Striking that these guys would be on the same page, never mind right next to each other
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Shouldn't have since Im dead broke, but don't care. Loved it because its VINTAGE, not the "card show special"

Busted it out of frame and mat that made it look "weird" under a scan...
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Long and interesting career of Dave Danforth

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Thought this was going too cheap, and I don't have a Barrow in my collection, so I got it.
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Picked up this signed Joe dimaggio mickey mantle whitey ford yogi Berra and Catfish hunter signed baseball at an auction.
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Just got Willie Foster tho my scanner is down. Front page from the Bible with the 4 sigs. Puts me at 245 plus one set of initials (Effa Manley). Does that count? Miller Huggins should be on the way too. The rest are way above what I want to pay if they ever come up except for Turkey Stearnes
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Just got Willie Foster tho my scanner is down. Front page from the Bible with the 4 sigs. Puts me at 245 plus one set of initials (Effa Manley). Does that count? Miller Huggins should be on the way too. The rest are way above what I want to pay if they ever come up except for Turkey Stearnes
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Glad to see three deserving members, myself included, all got to add Bill Foster to their collection. Personally, I wouldn't count the Effa, but that is just my opinion. Good luck on getting Stearnes , as he tends to pops up once a year.
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Just got Willie Foster tho my scanner is down. Front page from the Bible with the 4 sigs. Puts me at 245 plus one set of initials (Effa Manley). Does that count? Miller Huggins should be on the way too. The rest are way above what I want to pay if they ever come up except for Turkey Stearnes
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Wow, that is an impressive number. I am jealous of the Huggins, as I still need him myself. Be sure to post it when it comes in.
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Just got Willie Foster tho my scanner is down. Front page from the Bible with the 4 sigs. Puts me at 245 plus one set of initials (Effa Manley). Does that count? Miller Huggins should be on the way too. The rest are way above what I want to pay if they ever come up except for Turkey Stearnes
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Nice work Michael! Glad to hear the other Foster ended up in a great collection.
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Since I didn't want to spend a fortune on Foster myself, I have the last piece of the bible where Foster writes his son and wife's name, his son, also William foster, just has as diff. middle initial. l guess it's a technical issue when it comes to 'his' auto or not, but he pens William Foster, and for the price, it's good enough for me. Picked up Comiskey so I'm at 229. I'm pretty much done where I sit unless something incredible comes up.
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Since I didn't want to spend a fortune on Foster myself, I have the last piece of the bible where Foster writes his son and wife's name, his son, also William foster, just has as diff. middle initial. l guess it's a technical issue when it comes to 'his' auto or not, but he pens William Foster, and for the price, it's good enough for me. Picked up Comiskey so I'm at 229. I'm pretty much done where I sit unless something incredible comes up.
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The DiMaggio and Koufax are both JSA. The Mantle looks better then the scan. Yes I know PSA & JSA does not guarantee that they are real, but the person I picked them up from I trust.





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Since I didn't want to spend a fortune on Foster myself, I have the last piece of the bible where Foster writes his son and wife's name, his son, also William foster, just has as diff. middle initial. l guess it's a technical issue when it comes to 'his' auto or not, but he pens William Foster, and for the price, it's good enough for me. Picked up Comiskey so I'm at 229. I'm pretty much done where I sit unless something incredible comes up.
I hear you there, man. I have been at 240 for a long time and, given my current employment situation, I'm most likely done myself. It is very hard to move on from numbers like these!
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#222 and #223-Like others, this may be it for a while.

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Old 08-18-2014, 03:15 PM
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#222 and #223-Like others, this may be it for a while.

Beautiful!
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Old 08-18-2014, 06:53 PM
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Great win win trade with Jason.

Excuse the glare in the pictures
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Old 08-18-2014, 07:37 PM
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Michael,
Wow. That is a great grouping. I have to wonder what Jason got in return. It must have been something special.
Best,
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Old 08-18-2014, 08:43 PM
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Default Multi-signed vintage no-hit pitcher ball

I just picked up a neat multi-signed ball featuring 11 vintage no-hit pitchers (8 are deceased). The pitchers that signed are:

Rex Barney (SS)- D
Johnny "Double No-Hit" Vander Meer (D)- 2 no-hitters
Ewell "The Whip" Blackwell (D)
Bob "Rapid Robert" Feller (HOF-D)- 3 no-hitters
Warren Spahn (HOF)- 2 no-hitters
John "The Count" Montefusco
Allie "Super Chief" Reynolds (D)- 2 no-hitters
Gaylord Perry (HOF)
Jim Maloney- 2 no-hitters plus an "unofficial" no-hitter
Mel Parnell (D)
Bob Lemon (HOF-D)

Cost of the ball including shipping = less than $77! Such a deal!
The sigs are all dark and crisp now that I have it in hand....
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Old 08-18-2014, 08:46 PM
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Old 08-20-2014, 10:39 PM
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Rex Barney (SS)- D
I cannot think of Rex without hearing him announcing O's games at old Memorial Stadium. I always loved his tagline "Give that fan a contract!" when someone made a nice grab of a foul ball. When the O's were especially awful in the late 80s my friend and I would joke that it couldn't hurt to let the fan at least try out.
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