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Old 02-23-2021, 02:29 PM
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Just curious how many females we have on the board? Please post on my thread if you are active and what is your main interest? I know of 1 female T206 lover that will respond............ any others?

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Hahahaha I think you knew this but I'm female and yes I love T206s and Chief Bender 😁😝 phew its such a relief to actually have a post to my name lol. Hi everyone!
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Well, let's get a Bender in the thread. Welcome Renay!
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Yay! Thanks Bill!

Looking forward to checking out the forums and maybe adding some cards to my collection! Or at least seeing some rarities and learning more
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Hahahaha I think you knew this but I'm female and yes I love T206s and Chief Bender 😁😝 phew its such a relief to actually have a post to my name lol. Hi everyone!
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Nothing to be nervous about. Post away freely.
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Old 02-23-2021, 03:47 PM
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Welcome to the "fray".....I mean Forum lol........

This is my fave quote about Charles Albert "Chief Bender.......

“If I had all the men I’ve ever handled, and they were in their prime, and there was one game I wanted to win above all others,” said Philadelphia Athletics icon Connie Mack, who managed fellow all-time pitching greats Lefty Grove, Herb Pennock, Eddie Plank, and Rube Waddell, “Albert would be my man.”

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I would think female collectors are rare, but I could be wrong.
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Old 02-23-2021, 04:04 PM
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Renay is rare........ in good ways all around!

In terms of female collectors, I've been in the hobby since 1976 and I would agree that at shows, online forums, that it is rare to meet a female sporstscard collector. Maybe they are just shy?

I had a shop for many years and I'd say that my customers were 95% male, 5% female. I had a few but not many. They all were passionate about the hobby and knew their stuff!

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Lol I am rare you're right ... rare as in kinda off (the other forums I belong to are for fly tying and daylily hybridizing) 😆 thanks all for the welcome! Surely there's got to be other females on here? Please post!
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I have photographed many day lilies over the years. My favorite is the golden chalice calla lily.

Day lily Brisbane City Botanical Gardens November, 2002. Another image from this shoot is a giclee above my dining room table.

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That is gorgeous Michael, love the frog! Nature is so interesting ... finding a shot like that must be akin to finding a rare card!
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Lol I am rare you're right ... rare as in kinda off (the other forums I belong to are for fly tying and daylily hybridizing) 😆 thanks all for the welcome! Surely there's got to be other females on here? Please post!
Now we're talking! I'll take some #18 zebra midges please Welcome!
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Old 02-23-2021, 06:15 PM
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That is gorgeous Michael, love the frog! Nature is so interesting ... finding a shot like that must be akin to finding a rare card!
It is always a pleasure to photograph nature up close. I had just photographed a snowy egret in that park and was walking around. At first I thought it was a leaf until I got closer. I once went to Fiji just to photograph orchids from Raymond Burr's collection in the Garden of the Sleeping Giant.
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Old 02-23-2021, 07:25 PM
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Chad- thanks, I hope you have something good to trade, those little guys are a PITA to tie haha!

Michael, wow. I've never been to Fiji but it looks beautiful! Definitely on my bucket list!
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Im not sure about vintage, but females collecting modern cards have exploded in recent years.
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Old 02-23-2021, 08:21 PM
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How did you come to collect T206 and develop an interest in Bender?
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I would say 3-4% of registrations on here are probably female. Just an educated guess as there are not stats like that on our forum.

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I thought I had accidentally stumbled into an online dating match site when I logged on today and saw this thread...and then guys started showing pics of flowers and their "Chief Benders"...
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Dozens of people spontaneously combust each year. Its just not widely reported.
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No I am not. Many nature photographs will sit for hours to get than one photo. That is their profession. I do no get paid for mine. I have no problem going to natural zoos or botanical gardens to photograph. If you choose the right perspective they can look natural.

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Chad- thanks, I hope you have something good to trade, those little guys are a PITA to tie haha!
I can't even imagine. I can barely get the line on the hook! Here's my trade bait, bad pun intended My only Chief Bender, courtesy of the net54 B/S/T section (thanks Derek).

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Hahahaha I think you knew this but I'm female and yes I love T206s and Chief Bender 😁😝 phew its such a relief to actually have a post to my name lol. Hi everyone!
Renay

Ps- Mike you're awesome
Always good to have more Chas. Bender fans on board!

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I have photographed many day lilies over the years. My favorite is the golden chalice calla lily.

Day lily Brisbane City Botanical Gardens November, 2002. Another image from this shoot is a giclee above my dining room table.

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Right edge looks trimmed...
In the photography world we have our own word for that - cropped, and yes it is.
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Thank you. That is very kind. I have a lot of concert photos (and 100% in person music autographs) posted in a thread on the memorabilia side: OT - Of interest to metalheads only (and Kingston Trio fans). They are on the last 2 or 3 pages.
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So this has become a Bender thread?
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Here is a nice 1912 T227 Chief Bender...and his teammate Home Run Baker

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Hey Renay!

Here's mine! (Somehow that doesn't sound right, sorry!)

ENJOY!
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Here's a Bender I don't think anyone has posted yet.
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Hey Renay, welcome to the forum! My very favoritest player (and card in my collection) is Bender as well!

Pink splotch e107 variation

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Wow, amazing cards and photos! Thank you all for brightening my day I love the diversity and look forward to seeing more of your collections!
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Glad we could broaden your Bender horizons. I don't have a scan of my E102 Bender, but here is one from the net. I have always liked the dot pattern seen in the very pleasing (for me at least) green background. This same artwork can also be seen in cards from the E92 Croft's Candy, Croft's Cocoa, Dockman and Nadja sets, as well as the E101, E105 Mello Mints, E106 American Caramel, the D303 General and Mother's Bread, and T216 Kotton, Mino, and Virginia. Many of these are tougher to come by, but the E92 Dockman, E101 and E102 cards are not too rare.

Enjoy anything you decide to pursue, Bender or otherwise!

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Glad we could broaden your Bender horizons. I don't have a scan of my E102 Bender, but here is one from the net. I have always liked the dot pattern seen in the very pleasing (for me at least) green background. This same artwork can also be seen in cards from the E92 Croft's Candy, Croft's Cocoa, Dockman and Nadja sets, as well as the E101, E105 Mello Mints, E106 American Caramel, the D303 General and Mother's Bread, and T216 Kotton, Mino, and Virginia. Many of these are tougher to come by, but the E92 Dockman, E101 and E102 cards are not too rare.

Enjoy anything you decide to pursue, Bender or otherwise!

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I've always liked the dot pattern on that image too. Here's the Dockman back and another favorite Bender image.
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Wow, amazing cards and photos! Thank you all for brightening my day I love the diversity and look forward to seeing more of your collections!
I don't have a Bender. I do have a stack of cards that I am not going to know what to do with once PSA completes "the takeover".
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Welcome, Renay! My only Bender. That is, until I go on one tonight!!
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