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Old 11-30-2021, 03:52 PM
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A day early, but what the hell...
Just completed this Fred Toney Hippo Vaughan framed project that I have been working on for a while. I'm happy with the way it turned out.

On May 2, 1917 in Chicago, Cincinnati Reds pitcher and Chicago Cubs pitcher James "Hippo" Vaughan squared off in a pitching duel for the ages.
For the first and only time in ML baseball, both pitchers hurled 9 innings of no-hit ball.
In the 10th inning Hippo Vaughan allowed the first run to score allowing Fred Toney and the Reds to complete the no-hitter and walk away the winner!


Here is a Type I photo of Toney's last out trophy ball, the ticket and a few other cool items that commemorated the game.
The second I found the photo in 2020, I knew that I would find a way to frame this and get this bad boy up on the wall.

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I tried my iPhone and laptop. It so not see any photos that you may have attached

Interested and would love to see themes
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Looks great! Job well done!!
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wow now it came across and that looks great

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Scott, that came out really nice. Well done.
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I've been looking for a nice one of these for some time. Thanks to a board member.
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Scott, that came out really nice. Well done.
Thanks Jeffrey, Tony and Mike!
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I've been looking for a nice one of these for some time. Thanks to a board member.
Gary when I see that I just have to say

'I Will Drink to That"

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That's really cool Scott! Congrats!

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A day early, but what the hell...
Just completed this Fred Toney Hippo Vaughan framed project that I have been working on for a while. I'm happy with the way it turned out.

On May 2, 1917 in Chicago, Cincinnati Reds pitcher and Chicago Cubs pitcher James "Hippo" Vaughan squared off in a pitching duel for the ages.
For the first and only time in ML baseball, both pitchers hurled 9 innings of no-hit ball.
In the 10th inning Hippo Vaughan allowed the first run to score allowing Fred Toney and the Reds to complete the no-hitter and walk away the winner!


Here is a Type I photo of Toney's last out trophy ball, the ticket and a few other cool items that commemorated the game.
The second I found the photo in 2020, I knew that I would find a way to frame this and get this bad boy up on the wall.
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Always on the lookout for "affordable" ways to collect Ruth pieces for the hobby room. These Ruth underwear items fit the bill, one being the small wooden bat the other, the box itself with the beaming Babe. This should be a really good thread this month !
1930`s Babe Underwear Box and Promo Bat Combo by Hugh Murphy, on Flickr
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Old 12-02-2021, 08:39 PM
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A few of my recent pickups. The Johnny O Neil bat I just received to go along with his contracts and letters from his days with the Phillies and PCL. A 1949 Mickey Vernon GU bat, 1996-97 Rickey Henderson GU bat and a 1965 Don LeJohn GU bat. LeJohn was on the 65 Championship Dodgers team with only one at bat in the series.
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Always on the lookout for "affordable" ways to collect Ruth pieces for the hobby room. These Ruth underwear items fit the bill, one being the small wooden bat the other, the box itself with the beaming Babe. This should be a really good thread this month !
1930`s Babe Underwear Box and Promo Bat Combo by Hugh Murphy, on Flickr
That would frame out nicely!
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That frame job is extremely well done. Congrats.

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That frame job is extremely well done. Congrats.

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I love it when I find an old bat label I haven't seen before.
Has anyone heard of the Cincinnati Soaker brand?

And, a very cool Zinn Beck 200.
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Just got this one back from Michaels this Morning.Glad to add it to my Montreal Expos ticket collection.
"In a 4-2 victory over the Montreal Expos Houston Astros Superstar Nolan Ryan became the all-time strikeout leader by striking out Brad Mills in the 8th inning. his 3509th strikeout surpassed the record held for 55 years by the Great Walter Johnson."
Note* it was discovered many years later That Walter Johnson had in fact 3509 strikeouts and not 3508, so this ticket actually tied the record and not surpassed it. I love it either way.
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Old 12-08-2021, 12:43 PM
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Thats a beautiful presentation of that ticket Guy!
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Nice Paul Thompson Photos of Otis Johnson 1911 and Bert Daniels 1910 (undated but 1910 uni)
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And now for something a little different....I just had a few photo/portrait packs arrive in the mail this week.
  • 1971 Arco Pirates
  • 1970 Super Valu Twins
  • 1969 Atlantic Richfield Red Sox

Sorry about the glare on the photos.
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And now for something a little different....I just had a few photo/portrait packs arrive in the mail this week.
  • 1971 Arco Pirates
  • 1970 Super Valu Twins
  • 1969 Atlantic Richfield Red Sox

Sorry about the glare on the photos.
Those are nice! Funny to see all the Pirates without caps.
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Old 12-10-2021, 06:35 AM
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Those are nice! Funny to see all the Pirates without caps.
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Those are nice! Funny to see all the Pirates without caps.
Thanks. I didn't even know these sets existed until I came upon them in an auction. They're a bit harder to store due their size but I really like these and they compliment the 1967 Dexter Press set that I'm building.
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A 1940's NY Giants pennant.

A Fieldmaster glove. Most sellers say this is circa. 1970. I've also seen Cubs, Red Sox and Dodgers.

A 1960 nodder. Of the 40 vintage SF nodders I own, this is the only one with the doll looking right.

A 1960's Quinco bank. I bought it for friends who have a son attending the University of Georgia.

I guess I could have gotten a 1991 Cal Ripken card for the same money, but I'm good!

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Just picked up this 1917 Joe Jackson Notebook with Tris Speaker, Ed Roush an Carl Mays. Merry Christmas/ Happy Holidays to all!!
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Just picked up this 1917 Joe Jackson Notebook with Tris Speaker, Ed Roush an Carl Mays. Merry Christmas/ Happy Holidays to all!!
Damn....

Very very nice looking Notebook with The Shoeless One

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One of my favorite acquisitions all year. Negro League stars autographed ball. Thank you folks at Huggins and Scott for the fast shipping.
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Classic!
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Just arrived. A circa 1910-1920 J .C. Higgins full web Honus Wagner model glove.
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1921 Frederick Foto Ruth
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Picked up some super cool Doc White glass plates including two from 1906.

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One of my favorite acquisitions all year. Negro League stars autographed ball. Thank you folks at Huggins and Scott for the fast shipping.
Wow Steve! That's awesome! Congrats!
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Picked up some super cool Doc White glass plates including two from 1906.

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Very cool Sean! I've just recently started picking up the glass plate negatives. Awesome!
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I believe this goes in this section

Got this from MY Wife today for Xmas
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1921 Frederick Foto Ruth
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Arrived this week :

Aug 29, 1891 Leslie's cover
May 1915 International Tailoring Ad Poster with Frank Chance Day
July 18, 1970 Scored program for Mays hit #3000

Merry, Happy, Etc.
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Very cool Sean! I've just recently started picking up the glass plate negatives. Awesome!
awesome! It is super cool having the actual camera negative. Only problem with these is there isny much safe way to display them
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Doug, that 1891 Leslie's cover is a stunner! Adding to my ever-expanding wantlist!

Happy to pick up this item for my Cleveland Baseball Magazines Collection, a Mar 7 1965 copy of El Figaro (Mexico) featuring the "Gran Figura," Luis Tiant.

I did not set out to collect so many Latin American magazines, but I find myself with about a dozen now, with many more amazing Beisbol magazines to be had!

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Aug 29, 1891 Leslie's cover
May 1915 International Tailoring Ad Poster with Frank Chance Day
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Doug, that 1891 Leslie's cover is a stunner! Adding to my ever-expanding wantlist!

Happy to pick up this item for my Cleveland Baseball Magazines Collection, a Mar 7 1965 copy of El Figaro (Mexico) featuring the "Gran Figura," Luis Tiant.

I did not set out to collect so many Latin American magazines, but I find myself with about a dozen now, with many more amazing Beisbol magazines to be had!
Tell the truth. You bought this for the chica on the cover.
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Doug, that 1891 Leslie's cover is a stunner! Adding to my ever-expanding wantlist!
Thank you, it's beautiful, that's for sure, with thanks to the most recent LOTG Auction.

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Thank you, it's beautiful, that's for sure, with thanks to the most recent LOTG Auction.

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Beyond excited to get these plate glass negatives in hand! Matty and WaJo! Matty used for his Max Stein Postcard and P796 and WaJo for his 1914 Cracker Jack and 1921 Exhibits
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amazing! Do you have a way to display these? Im trying to figure out how myself
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Great finish to a strong month and year to pickups

Looking forward to seeing what next year brings
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amazing! Do you have a way to display these? Im trying to figure out how myself
I cannot figure out why people keep asking this question. It is a negative. You would not display a regular (celluloid) negative. Why would you 'display' this? It can be scanned and a high quality print can be made from it. It can then be wrapped in archival paper and stored for safe keeping. That is what I do with my several dozen including one that is about 7 x 10. I also do this with magic lantern slides. If I get the space I may store them flat in a drawer. I also put bubble wrap around them as I want to protect them.
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I cannot figure out why people keep asking this question. It is a negative. You would not display a regular (celluloid) negative. Why would you 'display' this? It can be scanned and a high quality print can be made from it. It can then be wrapped in archival paper and stored for safe keeping. That is what I do with my several dozen including one that is about 7 x 10. I also do this with magic lantern slides. If I get the space I may store them flat in a drawer. I also put bubble wrap around them as I want to protect them.
I cant figure out why there are people who think giving a smart ass useless response is a good idea?I keep asking this question in hopes that there IS a way to display it. IF there was a safe way to display this I would display it why not?! I understand they are negatives, they are not the first glass plates I have bought. None of that is hard to understand.

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I cant figure out why there are people who think giving a smart ass useless response is a good idea?I keep asking this question in hopes that there IS a way to display it. IF there was a safe way to display this I would display it why not?! I understand they are negatives, they are not the first glass plates I have bought. None of that is hard to understand.
Common sense. Susceptible to moisture and mold not to mention fragile. Perhaps useless in your mind, but not everyone.
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