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Old 08-01-2017, 08:12 AM
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Default August Pickups.

Added this to my 1909 Pirates collection. I have another one of these from the same location but taken during the game. This one is during the dedication ceremony presumably prior to the game. Thanks Murph for the heads up on this.





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Old 08-01-2017, 10:18 AM
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Not any major pick up but some fun stuff
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Old 08-01-2017, 10:34 AM
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Not any major pick up but some fun stuff
Those two photos are very nice! Ruth pitching one of his wins for yankees(undefeated) and superb early cobb( love a signs in back and contrast).congrats!
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Those two photos are very nice! Ruth pitching one of his wins for yankees(undefeated) and superb early cobb( love a signs in back and contrast).congrats!
I agree! Great pickups Bob!!
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I agree! Great pickups Bob!!
If only I didn't have to tilt my head to view
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If only I didn't have to tilt my head to view
Thanks Paul and Ben

If I only knew how to post photos , When I open them up on my computer, they are correctly aligned but, something happens when I post them, I do not get it????
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If I only knew how to post photos , When I open them up on my computer, they are correctly aligned but, something happens when I post them, I do not get it????
Aren't you into software or something....??
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But there is a difference in software and image manipulation
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I bought the Cobb photo mainly because I thought it was an image used for a card. I could not recall the card until I came across this photo of the 1924 Willard Chocolate Card:
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Nice items Jon and Bob. This Zach Wheat wire photo came out of a scrapbook of a friend of Zach"s. Love his handwriting.
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Nice Bob, I was actually at that table when you bought the Cobb!
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Nice Bob, I was actually at that table when you bought the Cobb!
As was I
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Ummm... huh? All you do is evesdrop
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Nice Bob, I was actually at that table when you bought the Cobb!
Jeff, thanks, you should have introduced yourself, I would l have loved to put a name with a face. I know Ben and his mug well enough .
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Jeff, thanks, you should have introduced yourself, I would l have loved to put a name with a face. I know Ben and his mug well enough .
Ha! I didn't realize you two didn't know each other. That is awesome.
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Picked up this 1929 Richard "Cannonball" Redding Contract. Been reading a lot about the Negro Leagues and thought it was a really cool piece.
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Something that has been on my wish list for some time.

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Great stuff everyone.

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Bought this and it had printers marks, carefully removed them (I guess that means I restored it )

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Just picked this up. It was filthy when I got it and the scroll that revolves through four scenes (BB, FB, bowling and golf) was completely trashed. I had a copy made of the same scroll I have in another Falstaff sign. I spent all day today cleaning it up and it's now maybe even a little better than new, thanks to a couple of updates I made to it.
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Rob that is a great item. I got this at my local shop. Rarely do I find Orioles items there.
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Thanks, Clint. Is your item an advertising sign? How big is it?
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Congrats on the pickup Rob.
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Rob yes it is. It has an easel back and is close to 14"x19". The front is molded plastic giving it a 3D look. Sorry for the small photo from my phone.
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I'd give anything for a Falstaff, why did they stop making it WHY???!!!!
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A better pic.
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The Falstaff and National Beer signs are fantastic! Congrats to you both.
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Clint and Rob - both great pickups. Rob. don't you also have the lighted Giants team sign from the early '60's? It's also Falstaff, isn't it?
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Rob. don't you also have the lighted Giants team sign from the early '60's? It's also Falstaff, isn't it?
This is my fourth Falstaff sign. Falstaff was a big supporter of the Giants in at least their first four years in SF. They sponsored pocket schedules and 6x9 team picture postcards in all of those years.
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Flea Market find from this morning.

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I was thrilled to win this Trout ball. This is Mike Trout's 410th career hit signed and authenticated by MLB:

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Picked up this note recently.
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I have been looking for this Ron Santo PM10 for several years and I wasn't about to miss this opportunity. They just don't turn up and were apparently produced in small quantities. I am THRILLED
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That's a little different looking than your average PM-10. Were there other Cubs with that same font?
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LOL. I Have noooo idea. I call all the 1 3/4" player pins from the 50s and 60s PM10. I REALLY DONT KNOW WHAT MAKES A PIN A PM10
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Rob that is a great item. I got this at my local shop. Rarely do I find Orioles items there.
Clint,

I really like the Orioles National plastic easel sign. I have one that's similar that I picked up many years ago and it's one of my favorite O's signs.
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Just picked this up. It was filthy when I got it and the scroll that revolves through four scenes (BB, FB, bowling and golf) was completely trashed. I had a copy made of the same scroll I have in another Falstaff sign. I spent all day today cleaning it up and it's now maybe even a little better than new, thanks to a couple of updates I made to it.
Those Falstaff signs are some of my favorites and the new pickup is just awesome. I sure wish the O's had something like those, but unfortunately they don't. Those signs make for an excellent display in your Giants room!
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Congratulations Mike on getting the Santo. The price sure has gone up since I found mine. And Rob, I have never seen another PM-10 like the Santo. Was probably made in very short supply in the 60's by someone who sold them at Wrigley.
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I really like the Orioles National plastic easel sign. I have one that's similar that I picked up many years ago and it's one of my favorite O's signs.
Thanks Mark. I didn't even notice ours were different till I got it home and compared it to yours. Have you seen many and what do you value them at? Wonder what years they were made?
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Congratulations Mike on getting the Santo. The price sure has gone up since I found mine. And Rob, I have never seen another PM-10 like the Santo. Was probably made in very short supply in the 60's by someone who sold them at Wrigley.
Looking in Paul Muchinsky's book, I see a similar pin of Luis Aparicio. I'm surprised to see only ten Cubs PM-10s in Paul's book.
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Not a pickup but finally put the scoreboard on the garage!
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Bought this and it had printers marks, carefully removed them (I guess that means I restored it )

I am going to frame it with my other military photos of Ruth and Cobb.
Great contrast.. cool looking display.
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You gotta relocate those windows!
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Not a pickup but finally put the scoreboard on the garage!
That is so darn cool. Can you see it from the street? Can your neighbors see it?
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Old 08-06-2017, 11:47 PM
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The neighbors can see it and you can see it up the yard from the street. For the windows well thats for a different day.
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Love those Falstaff & National Beer pieces.

I wish I found GU Bats at my flea market. Very nice!

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Thanks Mark. I didn't even notice ours were different till I got it home and compared it to yours. Have you seen many and what do you value them at? Wonder what years they were made?
I really don't know much about them so it's just a guess on my part, but I would think mid to late '60's. Mine had to be produced either after the '66 or '70 WS, but I would guess after the '66 Series. They loved the swinging bird with the crown on his head. I've probably seen 6-7 over the years of collecting. So it's fairly rare, but not to uncommon. At least to me, with the item being plastic the better the shape the more they are worth (at least to me). I would say 400-500 for one in nice shape. I think they are very cool!
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EastonFalcon is the master of Flea Market finds! But needs to change his name to EastonEagle, 'cuz of his Eagle eye!
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