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Old 01-18-2018, 11:39 AM
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Nice display Michael.
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Beautiful display, Michael...

I'm a sucker for that early figural stuff as well. Just one word of advice....

NEVER get a Beagle!
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Thanks guys and Brent I would send you one but doing so would throw off the symmetry even more than it is now
Mark I will heed your Beagle advice and just keep the daughter around
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While these arent pics of my room, I thought Id show an addition I made this week to a photo in my office at work.

Ive had this photo from the first baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony on my wall for several years. The ceremony took place June 12, 1939 and actually featured the first four induction classes (1936, 37, 38 & 39).

On a trip to Cooperstown last month I picked up a canceled envelope/stamp with the June 12 date on it. I used three 1-1/2" screw hooks to allow the plastic holder to hang securely on the wall and to overlap the picture frame, giving it a bit of a museum look.

It seemed like a decent way to accentuate the photo while also putting the envelope to good use (instead of sitting in a box or drawer).
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So my collection has been relegated to a couple of closets by my spouse. I am forced to live vicariously through one of our fellow net54 members. He has a pretty spectacular place to display some of amazing collection. I shot a few pics as I was walking through his "closet" today.
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Old 05-29-2018, 12:09 PM
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A great collection. Would love to see more of his Pilots memorabilia, and of course, would really like the dugout bench from Sicks Stadium for my own collection.
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I agree with mr2826. More Pilots!

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Old 06-06-2019, 10:04 AM
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This is easily my favorite Net54 thread of all-time. In the spirit of revivals going on the homepage right now I am hoping several-many of you have new photos to post of your memorabilia rooms.

I am photo inept but I will ask my wife for assistance and post some of my mess in a day or so. My room is a total disaster but now that retirement has arrived or is just about to it is my number one goal. I've been married to my saintly wife for 41 years, if I want to make 42 I need to do some straightening up!

I will not be showing her any of your nice photos right now!
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Old 06-06-2019, 10:45 AM
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This is easily my favorite Net54 thread of all-time. In the spirit of revivals going on the homepage right now I am hoping several-many of you have new photos to post of your memorabilia rooms.

I am photo inept but I will ask my wife for assistance and post some of my mess in a day or so. My room is a total disaster but now that retirement has arrived or is just about to it is my number one goal. I've been married to my saintly wife for 41 years, if I want to make 42 I need to do some straightening up!

I will not be showing her any of your nice photos right now!
Just got to shoot a news piece on one of my collection focuses, though my room's in a bit of disarray.

https://www.yourcentralvalley.com/sp...an-/2032604582
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Great stuff John, I hope someone calls you with that elusive jersey!
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Thanks! I sure hope so. I have an acquaintance whose mother was the team's booster club president...she funded a new uniform set one year. There's supposed to be a near full SET of jerseys in storage somewhere, but she hasn't found them yet.

She's said they're mine when she does...so there's hope!
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Some guys have a basement; others have a man cave, or perhaps just a walk-in closet.

I have a "man shelf" in which to display my modest First Dynasty Philadelphia Athletics collection:




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Love that Philadelphia A's display.
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Old 09-15-2019, 07:57 AM
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Some guys have a basement; others have a man cave, or perhaps just a walk-in closet.

I have a "man shelf" in which to display my modest First Dynasty Philadelphia Athletics collection:




Be careful, a man shelf soon becomes a walk-in closet, which soon becomes a man cave, which soon becomes a basement, which soon becomes a divorce. LOL
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I have a "man shelf" in which to display my modest First Dynasty Philadelphia Athletics collection:
A great mix of memorabilia. Love that.
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Those pictures make nice backdrops for all those nice A's cards.

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A great collection. Would love to see more of his Pilots memorabilia, and of course, would really like the dugout bench from Sicks Stadium for my own collection.
Well, here you are. The first picture is of the current Pilots display case at T-Mobile Park, which I installed for the Pilots 50th anniversary TBTC this summer.

The second and third are of a display case I put together for the museum space at T Mobile (then SAFECO Field) few years back, that has since been rotated out.
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Love those Pilots displays. Thanks for sharing them. Makes me want to find Joe Schultz's grave and sit down and Pound some Budweiser. LOL
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This is my favorite thread on Net54. I just spent the morning looking at it again. Just want to bump it and see more of everyones collection.
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My favorite thread also. Im glad you revived it.
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Not really a memorabilia room, but a great excuse to get some of the stuff up on the walls where I can see it every day. All WaJo and period Washington stuff, of course.
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Very nice Hank.
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Most of these are signed.
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Very nice Hank.
Thanks, Kenny!
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Great stuff Hank!
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Thanks, Clint. Hope you're doing well, and Happy New Year!
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Really great, Hank.

I feel like I've asked you in the past, but apologies that I can't remember the answer...

Do you have any memorabilia inherited from your grandfather?

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Really great, Hank.

I feel like I've asked you in the past, but apologies that I can't remember the answer...

Do you have any memorabilia inherited from your grandfather?

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Hi Michael, there was a ton of great stuff I grew up with, and I still have some, but most has been sold off to defray the tremendous costs of full-time care for my Mom the past several years, and for other family purposes. We loved the memorabilia, but used it without hesitation to meet some serious real-life needs. I'm a collector, but I've never had trouble letting go of things when I had to.
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Hi Hank, understood, and agree! thanks for sharing.

Love the framed pieces on your walls.
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Hi Hank, understood, and agree! thanks for sharing.

Love the framed pieces on your walls.
Thanks. Me, too!
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Nice Dunbar Statue!

My favorite-ever piece depicting your Grandpa. Beautiful displays!
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Outstanding Hank!...and by the way, that indeed is a memorabilia room.
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Hank I consider your book on your grandfather one of my favorite bios on a player! I have the traditional copy but what is the thicker white edition on the left.

By the way the Beale Senators copy with dust jacket is a real toughie as I'm sure you know!
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My favorite-ever piece depicting your Grandpa. Beautiful displays!
Thanks, Mark. That's the bronze edition, a handful of which were made by Doug Allen of Legendary Auctions and sold several years ago by his wife on eBay when Doug was in prison. He did a beautiful job on them from one of the plaster originals, and I was lucky enough to snag one.
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Outstanding Hank!...and by the way, that indeed is a memorabilia room.
Thanks, Mike, I guess you're right! I love it when you can get things up on the wall and look at them every day. The closet's full of stuff I love, too, but don't see very often.
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Hank I consider your book on your grandfather one of my favorite bios on a player! I have the traditional copy but what is the thicker white edition on the left.

By the way the Beale Senators copy with dust jacket is a real toughie as I'm sure you know!
Thanks, Mike, much appreciated! That's the first audio book c. 1995 on 18 cassette tapes! The small black package on the right is the CD edition. Now it's in the cloud. Yes, the Beale book is very tough with a nice dust jacket, only seen several over the years. Never seen a signed copy, curiously, even though he was a prolific author. I'd love to have one of those. My Povich copy is in mint condition with a beautiful inscription to me from Shirley--one of my favorite pieces as I learned to read from growing up with his daily columns in the Post. Did you notice the many Roger Treat WaJo biographies? There were nine editions of that book, and I have SEVEN different covers. I can't understand why they would go to the expense of doing a different cover for so many editions, especially when the later editions won't sell as well. Several of mine have a beautiful "Special Capitol Edition" page signed by Treat. I loved that book as a kid, it really captures the essence--if not the detail--if the Walter Johnson story.
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I too have always loved the Treat book though I only own the edition with the orange jacket. I have all of the Putnam books with jackets and only have three signed, two by Lieb and the Indians by Lewis. I wrote Mr. Povich in the late 80's and complimented him on his writing. He wrote back very quickly and asked for copies of some of my writing. We exchanged correspondence for several years. Did the same with Sam Lacy in Pittsburgh before his passing. Looking back I wish I could have asked him about a story that I have absolutely no proof of so far. There is a story flirting about that Josh Gibson hitched on some trains to come to Hot Springs, Arkansas when he was 17. He had heard the Crawfords were training here and perhaps this is where he was signed??? We have several photos of him here that year but I have no clue where he was discovered. Mr. Lacy was here then too but sadly the story popped up years after his death.

As a side note I wrote James Bready many years ago about his Orioles book which has been printed many times in both hard and soft cover. I received a huge package from him with all of his notes inclduing a first edition with many hand written changes inside. He said he was getting old and wanted it to fall into someone's that would appreciate it. I was very touched and really didn't know how to react.

BTW I have Beale's Redskins book and his two college books on Navy and Georgetown. The Redskins book is as tough as or tougher than the Senators. Sorry to ramble.
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I too have always loved the Treat book though I only own the edition with the orange jacket. I have all of the Putnam books with jackets and only have three signed, two by Lieb and the Indians by Lewis. I wrote Mr. Povich in the late 80's and complimented him on his writing. He wrote back very quickly and asked for copies of some of my writing. We exchanged correspondence for several years. Did the same with Sam Lacy in Pittsburgh before his passing. Looking back I wish I could have asked him about a story that I have absolutely no proof of so far. There is a story flirting about that Josh Gibson hitched on some trains to come to Hot Springs, Arkansas when he was 17. He had heard the Crawfords were training here and perhaps this is where he was signed??? We have several photos of him here that year but I have no clue where he was discovered. Mr. Lacy was here then too but sadly the story popped up years after his death.

As a side note I wrote James Bready many years ago about his Orioles book which has been printed many times in both hard and soft cover. I received a huge package from him with all of his notes inclduing a first edition with many hand written changes inside. He said he was getting old and wanted it to fall into someone's that would appreciate it. I was very touched and really didn't know how to react.

BTW I have Beale's Redskins book and his two college books on Navy and Georgetown. The Redskins book is as tough as or tougher than the Senators. Sorry to ramble.
Great "ramblings!" I feel so privileged to have known both Shirley and Sam a little. Sam gave me a letter he got from Walter! He also told me some great stories from his time as a kid vendor at the Washington ballpark in the teens, where he got to see all the ballplayers up close. Have you ever seen a Bealle book signed by him? I know they are all tough to find, but they're not impossible, and I've never seen any of them signed by him. How is that possible? And your complete Putnam set with dust jackets is fabulous, that's a real prize.
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Heartwood Books in Charlottesville, VA has a signed "Special Limited Washington Edition" of 'Walter Johnson: King of the Pitchers" by Roger L. Treat. No. 839 of the limited edition. $25.00 plus $3.49 s&h. Their seller inventory number is 11111. I have no connection to the bookstore as I live in the D.C. area.
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I love this thread so much Im going to share my new room in my house.
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Damn it sorry for the sideway pictures. Not sure if I can fix that or not.
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Ron...absolutely great, I love it.
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Ron, fantastic.
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Ron
thanks for posting those photos. You have made yourself a terrific place--especially if you love bats!
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Ron your room is really great, thanks for sharing!
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Wow amazing rooms and displays!! Beyond woodcuts, my collection is random 19th and turn of 20th century item so no real theme beyond that. Here's my humble section in my office. I can't get any more real estate in there at the moment.
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I love the 19th century collection! My family lives in an apartment, so there isn't a lot of space. My wife has a double sided display cabinet, and she has allowed me one side, the non-window side.



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Ron, what a great room!

Would it be possible to see a closer picture of the Joe Frazier poster? My son is a huge fan and I've never seen that one before.
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I'm about to do move some things around. I decided to post what it looks like now.
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