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Old 08-01-2020, 02:03 PM
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Default HOF Satchel Paige framing project completed

About a year ago I picked up a beautiful vintage signed Satchel Paige album page with the thought that I would someday do something cool in a framed piece with Satchel Paige tickets and a great looking earlier Paige photo.
I have shown this album page before.

About a month ago I found a historic 1st game ticket to the Bob Feller All Stars vs. Satchel Paige All Star barnstorming tour in 1946.

10 years ago I picked up a vintage KC Monarchs ticket stub that was incorporated into the project.

While doing a search on ebay a couple of weeks ago I found the image that I have been looking for of Satch rocking his KC Monarch uniform.

Satchel Paige claimed to hurl 55 no-hitters in his professional career including two that are on record in the negro leagues.
He needed to be up on my office wall...

I just brought it home from the framer today.
I hope you like the final product as much as I do. Check it out!
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Old 08-01-2020, 02:06 PM
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"She's gorgeous"
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Old 08-01-2020, 03:15 PM
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Beautiful, well done Scott
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Looks great!
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Awesome.
I know most people on the board are all about cards, but in my book nothing -- nothing -- is better and more satisfying than creating something like this that didn't exist until you put it together.
Kudos. What a piece.
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That looks fantastic. Very well done.
I love a nicely framed display.
Congrats. It should look awesome hanging on your wall

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Nice Scott!
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Stunning. Fantastic job!
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Outstanding!
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Love it!
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Looks beautiful, Scott....

A classy and visually stunning job. A quick question....

How did you adhere the two tickets to the red matting? I'm always curious how people do this without compromising the pieces themselves.

Thanks and congrats!
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Old 08-02-2020, 08:33 PM
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Looks beautiful, Scott....

A classy and visually stunning job. A quick question....

How did you adhere the two tickets to the red matting? I'm always curious how people do this without compromising the pieces themselves.

Thanks and congrats!
Hi Mark,
Thanks & hope you are well.
Good question.
No adhesives & all materials used are archival.
The framer wedges the ticket between plastic and the red matting.
They could potentially be shaken loose, but no chance of that because they are already hanging.

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Old 08-02-2020, 09:39 PM
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Scott - the frame, the big auto, the tickets. Everything about the piece came out fantastic.

In my humble opinion, you gotta have a barnstorming program somewhere nearby that ticket. (Not offering up this one lol, but they aren't particularly rare. If interested, I know a board member who has one you could potentially work a deal for.)

There are people with rare items, and there are people that have nice framed pieces, but it's rare to see both come together in a single item.

Well done!
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Old 08-03-2020, 03:35 AM
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Thanks to everyone that posted with such positive responses to the Satchel framing project.

Like all items that get framed around here, it was a labor of love.
I'm sure most or all of you can relate to having a limited amount of wall space to dedicate to items that are framed. I tend to put only the projects that move me the most in frames that go into my personal office.
Each one is special for a particular reason and this Satch is no exception.

Jeff, I would love to display the Bob Feller Barnstorming program that you shared next to the Satchel piece, but unfortunately no room to do so....
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I can relate, Scott...

Ever since I ran out of wall space, I have to really scrutinize whether it's worth it to even consider adding a new piece. If something new comes into the collection, something else has gotta go. So the new piece had better be something special (just like your Paige ensemble).
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Looks terrific Scott!
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Looks awesome Scott! Congrats!
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You guys are amateurs. Don't stop buying stuff, just build more walls
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I need to get a few items framed , what can I expect to pay ( price range ) ? Before I go out to get estimates I need an idea of price ? Any information is appreciated ( type of glass etc ).

Your item looks great !!!!
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I need to get a few items framed , what can I expect to pay ( price range ) ? Before I go out to get estimates I need an idea of price ? Any information is appreciated ( type of glass etc ).

Your item looks great !!!!
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My framing job was $216 including tax, but it really varies on a number of things. The size of the frame, what kind of frame, what kind of matting, etc.
I used UV glass and all archival type materials in my project.
My frame was 21" x 15".
I hope you find this helpful.
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You guys are amateurs. Don't stop buying stuff, just build more walls
LOL...well, I can only build "UP", and the amount of wall space I would need might cause a problem with the FAA.
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[quote=lordstan;2005619]you guys are amateurs. Don't stop buying stuff, just build more walls[/quote

LOL

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