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Archive 12-09-2006 10:07 AM

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Posted By: <b>Mark</b><p>Other than Pre-WWII cards, what else do you collect?<br /><br /> - 50's Regionals, Topps Test Issues, Advertising Cards, Wire Photos,<br />Cut Autos, Contracts, Pre-WWII Post Cards, Contracts, Game Used Bats, Game Used Flannels, Offical baseballs, Season Passes/Pins.....<br />and anything Vic Power (Pellot).....

Archive 12-09-2006 10:20 AM

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Posted By: <b>Kyle</b><p>I collect Old Style Beer memorabilia and Pearl Jam posters, books, and soon to start Vinyls.<br /><br />-Kyle-

Archive 12-09-2006 10:30 AM

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Posted By: <b>Al C.risafulli</b><p>Bills.<br /><br />-Al

Archive 12-09-2006 10:48 AM

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Posted By: <b>Jerry</b><p>This Battery Operated Japan Tin Litho toy is from the 50's, guess what number is on the batters back. SEVEN<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165599945.JPG">

Archive 12-09-2006 12:53 PM

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Posted By: <b>peter ullman</b><p>pottery...like this warren mackenzie platter...great for serving a party of sushi!!!<br /><br />pete ullman<br /><img src="http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i176/ullmandds/114_1417.jpg">

Archive 12-09-2006 12:57 PM

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Posted By: <b>Jay</b><p><a href="http://collectiblecentral.homestead.com/index.html" target="_new" rel="nofollow">http://collectiblecentral.homestead.com/index.html</a><br /><br />I stumbled upon this site in random searches. If you collect cards, comic, or coins, this site is helpful. Kinda basic, but it does the job.

Archive 12-09-2006 01:10 PM

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Posted By: <b>leon</b><p><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165608450.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165608478.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165608634.JPG">

Archive 12-09-2006 01:42 PM

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Posted By: <b>Lee</b><p>Guitars and vintage casino chips.

Archive 12-09-2006 01:48 PM

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Posted By: <b>steve f</b><p>With NM-MT tags;<br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165610878.JPG">

Archive 12-09-2006 01:51 PM

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Posted By: <b>Anonymous</b><p>Comic books and coins. I think I'm just a collector by nature.

Archive 12-09-2006 02:00 PM

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Posted By: <b>fkw</b><p>10 Million year old Megalodon Teeth, and Surfing/Hawaii memorabilia.<br /><br /><img src="http://members.aol.com/canofprimo/3teeth.jpg">

Archive 12-09-2006 02:06 PM

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Posted By: <b>Joe D.</b><p>but would love to get into historical / political collectibles.....<br /><br />specifically paper items such as letters, contracts, deeds and such from the colonial times.<br /><br />stuff from or to person's of importance or having interesting content.<br /><br />every once in a while I peek at stuff like that on eBay, but I don't know enough about it to jump in.

Archive 12-09-2006 03:01 PM

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Posted By: <b>Bill Stone</b><p>Travel decal from the 1950's especially the Miss America Series of state decals.

Archive 12-09-2006 03:04 PM

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Posted By: <b>Mike</b><p>Air Jordans.

Archive 12-09-2006 03:18 PM

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Posted By: <b>Max Weder</b><p>Mike,<br /><br />If you collect Air Jordans, you might be interested in the work of Brian Jungen, who is 1/2 Haida and 1/2 (I believe) Swiss. He cuts up Air Jordans, and makes them into traditional Haida aboriginal art. Michael Jordan has apparently bought one of the works.<br /><br />Here's a sample<br /><br /><img src="http://thetyee.ca/gallery/2006/01/25/BrianJungen14-Prot8.png"><br /><br />Max

Archive 12-09-2006 03:21 PM

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Posted By: <b>steve f</b><p>That's really unique Max, but keep that guy away from my Beanies please.

Archive 12-09-2006 03:21 PM

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Posted By: <b>Judson Hamlin</b><p>When not spending $$ on cards, I throw some $ at postcards (Middlesex Co., NJ, Spain, WW1), and the occasional silver dollar.

Archive 12-09-2006 03:23 PM

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Posted By: <b>warshawlaw</b><p>Rocks and fossils, Academy Awards tickets, boxing cards, nonsports cards,

Archive 12-09-2006 04:31 PM

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Posted By: <b>Anonymous</b><p>Dabbled in coins, and used to spend much more money on comics, but now almost all goes into pre-war. I've been educating myself on militaria but havent the capital or the knowledge to jump in yet.

Archive 12-09-2006 04:38 PM

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Posted By: <b>Blach</b><p><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165621060.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165621081.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165621100.JPG">

Archive 12-09-2006 04:40 PM

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Posted By: <b>Mike</b><p>Cutting up Air Jordans? No comment. Also, the bill isn't an Air Jordan. Air Jordans only had the Nike swoosh on the first editions.

Archive 12-09-2006 04:48 PM

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Posted By: <b>anthony</b><p>girlfriends, historical items such as civil war memorialbilia, colonial items, dinosaur, roman and egyptian artifacts...here's a few of my better quality items<br /><br />newspaper printed by ben franklin<br />dinosaur egg<br />springfield musket 100% original<br />revolutionary war bayonet<br />egyptian usabi <br />civil war draft notice<br />roman sword<br /><br />and...kelly, susan, rosemary, linda, melinda

Archive 12-09-2006 04:57 PM

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Posted By: <b>warshawlaw</b><p>are there pictures? <br /><br />Man: Is your uh, is your wife interested in... photography, ay? 'Photographs, ay', he asked him knowingly?<br />Squire: Photography?<br />Man: Snap snap, grin grin, wink wink, nudge nudge, say no more?<br />Squire: Holiday snaps, eh?<br />Man: They could be, they could be taken on holiday. Candid, you know, CANDID photography?<br />

Archive 12-09-2006 05:45 PM

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Posted By: <b>Bob Donaldson</b><p>I collect old BB Games. On tape or DVD. I started w/ the 1975 World Series and now have about 50+ games between 1951 and 1978

Archive 12-09-2006 05:46 PM

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Posted By: <b>Judson Hamlin</b><p>Anthony - That comment about your gf's reminds me of that great 80's tune "88 lines about 44 women" only some of which can be printed in a family web site.<br /><br />I've also gotten my daughters into the collecting thing. Cards aren't big, but fossils are (and it allows me to expand er, "their" collection w/out interference from my wife)-- Edmontosaurus vertebrae is the current centerpiece. I'm thinking the Hamlins have a hoarding gene, since both my parents are of the collecting mindset as well.

Archive 12-09-2006 06:02 PM

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Posted By: <b>Brad Green</b><p><br />I collect postcards of Lonaconing, MD, the small town in Western MD where Lefty Grove and I grew up.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.bandkgreen.net/lonaconing.htm" target="_new" rel="nofollow">http://www.bandkgreen.net/lonaconing.htm</a><br />

Archive 12-09-2006 06:12 PM

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Posted By: <b>John S</b><p>Old clocks and pocket watches, Pittsburgh Steelers and Pirates items, old books, and biological specimens (until my permit expired).

Archive 12-09-2006 06:19 PM

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Posted By: <b>John Harrell</b><p>I collect pre1920 store model and hande-made baseball bats. I especially look for mushroom, ring, decal and unusual knob bats.<br /><br />John

Archive 12-09-2006 08:17 PM

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Posted By: <b>anthony</b><p>judd, remember this one...??<br /><br />Marky got with Sharon<br />And Sharon got Sharice<br />She was sharing Sharon's outlook<br />On the topic of disease<br />Mikey had a facial scar<br />And Bobby was a racist<br />They were all in love with dyin'<br />They were doing it in Texas<br />Tommy played piano<br />Like a kid out in the rain<br />Then he lost his leg in Dallas<br />He was dancing with a train<br />They were all in love with dyin'<br />They were drinking from a fountain<br />That was pouring like an avalanche<br />Coming down the mountain<br /><br />"pepper" by the b*tthole surfers<br /><br />and warsaw are you looking for pictures of the ben franklin newspaper or the girlfriends??? lol<br><br>when in doubt, keep it!

Archive 12-09-2006 09:07 PM

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Posted By: <b>Jim Novotny</b><p>Silk Screens of George Rodrigue's Blue Dog.<br />Got all of his books too.<br />Not sure why....its just another addiction.<br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165637196.JPG">

Archive 12-09-2006 09:15 PM

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Posted By: <b>Brett</b><p>I was starting to collect World War 1 and 2 stuff, like: helmets, medals, badges patches ect. Now I just collect pre war baseball cards. Although, I wouldn't mind collecting both.

Archive 12-09-2006 10:26 PM

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Posted By: <b>Anonymous</b><p>So Adam - Are you a closet Python fan?<br /><br />Rob M.

Archive 12-10-2006 08:15 AM

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Posted By: <b>Joann</b><p>I have a small collection of Rookwood pottery from 19th century up to the 50's, but most of it pre-1930. It can be as addicting as cards. But with the money I've spent on cards lately, I've kind of shut myself out of expanding the Rookwood collection.<br /><br />J

Archive 12-10-2006 08:23 AM

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Posted By: <b>James Feagin</b><p>I am starting to dabble in vintage Mormon/LDS items. Specifically, 19th century material and autographs from the leaders of the church. I haven't gotten very far into it, but it is a natural next step for me. In the past I have also collected obscure "indie-pop" records from Great Britain. Obscure bands from the 1980's-1990's that no one has ever heard of.

Archive 12-10-2006 08:27 AM

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Posted By: <b>Peter Thomas</b><p>My wife (from Cincinnati) could tell a sad story of a beloved rookwood piece and a beloved cat - we still have the cat. Cat does not bother my cards, but the parrot requires constant vigilance.

Archive 12-10-2006 08:38 AM

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Posted By: <b>Sean Coe</b><p>I collect Baseball HOF autographs, Old West memorabillia and vintage posters.

Archive 12-10-2006 08:40 AM

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Posted By: <b>Craig H</b><p>...I'm starting to get a collection of girlfriends too(which is not always a good thing). Aside from that, non-sports cards(US presidents, history, old actresses, Wacky Packages), Disney, some Hawaiiana, coins, and magazines. I'm thinking about getting into stamp collecting too for I don't know of many attractive cards of Audrey Hepburn, and she has a postage stamp made of her.<br /><br />Craig

Archive 12-10-2006 09:00 AM

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Posted By: <b>paulstratton</b><p>Books. I have 8,000 plus(stopped counting long ago) with most of them being golf(2, 500 different) and the American West. And you think slabs take up a lot of room!It's definitely a sickness.

Archive 12-10-2006 09:36 AM

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Posted By: <b>Andrew</b><p><img src="http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r255/net54standup/HWDisplay-2.jpg"><br />I attended my first National convention this year; they're held in Orange County.<br /><br />...The "Wagner" of cars is the Prototype Rear loading Beach Bomb, last sale was $75K.<br /><br />A smooth sea never made a skilled mariner. - English Proverb

Archive 12-10-2006 09:42 AM

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Posted By: <b>Keith</b><p>In addition to my modest tobacco card collection, my main area of focus is Philadelphia Eagles game used helmets, jerseys, trophy game balls given out to players, and all sorts of Eagles memoribilia. I also collect 19th century and early 20th century football team photographs and memoribilia.<br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165682245.JPG"> <br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165682529.JPG">

Archive 12-10-2006 09:54 AM

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Posted By: <b>joe Brennan</b><p><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165683214.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165683201.JPG"> <br><br>People said it was a million dollar wound. But the government must keep that money, cause I ain't never seen a penny of it.

Archive 12-10-2006 09:56 AM

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Posted By: <b>joe Brennan</b><p><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165683390.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165683409.JPG"> <br /><br />BTW. Some of Parrish's prints were very popular again in the 70's. Rock posters and album covers featured some of his work from the 20's and 30's. It's just another addiction, but it sure brightens up a room and an addiction that my wife doesn't mind. <br /><br />People said it was a million dollar wound. But the government must keep that money, cause I ain't never seen a penny of it.

Archive 12-10-2006 10:00 AM

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Posted By: <b>warshawlaw</b><p>Been a huge fan since I was a kid. Meeting Eric Idle last year was the only time I've ever been totally nervous meeting a celebrity.

Archive 12-10-2006 12:27 PM

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Posted By: <b>E, Daniel</b><p>wow Andrew, talk about the perfect displayable collectible. fantastic job and I'm sure they add a whole lot of color and fun to your room.<br /><br />any chance you have a pic. of this 'honus wagner' of miniature model cars you could post? and 75K....sheesh! just goes to show that there are many kinds of crazy of which we sports card collector nuts are just one variety.<br /><br /><br />daniel

Archive 12-10-2006 01:36 PM

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Posted By: <b>Rick McQuillan</b><p>Jim,<br />Have you ever been to the Blue Dog Cafe in Lafayette Louisiana? Great Cajun food, and a lot of Blue Dog stuff to look at and purchase.<br /><br />Rick<br /><img src="http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g9/buymycards/bluedog.jpg">

Archive 12-10-2006 01:48 PM

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Posted By: <b>Andrew</b><p><br />__________<br /><br /><img src="http://i146.photobucket.com/albums/r255/net54standup/PinkBomb.jpg"><br /><br />When asked what car they would most like to have, Hot Wheels collectors almost unanimously say they want a "Rear Loading Beach Bomb". At the beginning of this year, the dream came true for Bruce Pascal, a commercial real-estate agent in Washington, D.C. When the deal closed, a new record was set for the most money to change hands in the sale of a single Hot Wheels vehicle. While Bruce will not confirm the amount, it is rumored to have cost him in excess of $70,000.<br /> <br />Notwithstanding the incredible amount of money that he parted with, Bruce is comfortable with the latest addition to "the collection". Although he has only been collecting Hot Wheels with zeal for a couple years, Bruce has been around automobilia since birth. His grandfather, Leo Pascal, set the stage when he became the Transportation Historian at the National Archives in 1935. By the time of his passing in 1962, the family patriarch had amassed a staggering 10,000-item collection of every imaginable transportation-related item; from a meerschaum pipe carved in the shape of a car, to exotic tintype vehicles. Leo's son and daughter-in-law continued the tradition and have built a collection that approaches 60,000 individual items. When Bruce was a kid, he pretty much had his pick of over 4000 toy cars. He went to numerous antique and car shows. He still has all of his own original Hot Wheels. So to say that the Holy Grail of Hot Wheels has found a good home would be an understatement. The Pascals clearly have a love of the automobile. From the moment you roll up the drive to the 19th-Century home and catch a glimpse of the 1965 AMC Marlin parked side-by-side with the 1964 Honda 50 motorcycle, in front of the gas-powered child's replica of a Plymouth Prowler, you know this is a car-family.<br /><br />Bruce is full of energy and excitement as he describes the history of "The Bomb". This car is from a collection that was owned by a former Mattel Employee. It is believed that Mattel employees kept almost all 16 of the rear Loading Beach Bombs know to exist from their factory days. They are believed to be prototypical predecessors of the production version with side-mounted surfboard compartments. According to Bob Rosas, one of the original Hot Wheels designers, changes to the prototype were made in order to assure that the Beach Bomb would work with the <br /> <br />track accessories sold for racing the cars. Without the side pockets found on the production version of the Beach Bomb, the car was just too narrow to work with the power chargers that shot the cars around the tracks. <br /> <br /> Another problem, corrected during experimentation with the prototype, helped keep the car from tipping over by making the base heavier. Distinguishing characteristics of Bruce's car include the clear windows, limited to the prototypes; a larger rear gate area above the exposed engine; and most significantly, a new style base, found on the early production Beach Bombs. Bruce thinks that his may be the only one with this combination of features. Oh yes, let us not forget that it is Pink, "The Color" when it comes to red line Hot Wheels. <br /> So why spend this kind of money? Bruce says that he made a conscious decision to go for "quality not quantity" in his collection. He has a diverse automobilia collection that includes a Tucker ID-Plate for Tucker car number 3, a Preston Tucker autographed photo and 400-odd antique hub caps. So he began searching for blue-chip Hot Wheels items. He started by accumulating over 1000 top-shelf vehicles. Some examples include a complete Hot Wheels Sky Show set, a mint 1975 Toy Fair Super Van, a gold chrome plated GMC Motor Home, a rare Olds 442, and an original Jack-in-the-Box Jack "Rabbit" Special with the original decal still stapled to the plastic bag! Bruce read an article in Mobilia about Beach Bombs and read about them in various price guides. <br />So a Beach Bomb was on his list of things to acquire. And it was on Chris Marshall's list of things to sell. Bruce gave Chris a call. They came to an agreement after several months of negotiating sessions. All this was part of the fun for Bruce. "I enjoy the hunt". It would best be described as big game hunting by most people's reckoning. <br />With the deal done and the final exchange left to complete, the day came when Bruce and Chris met. At Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., Chris flashed a customized pink VW Bus as a practical joke to break the ice. Once they arrived at Bruce's house, the atmosphere was quietly electric. Bruce was charged with controlled exuberance and Chris seemed satisfied and maybe a trifle nostalgic. I can only imagine passing on the most sought-after Hot Wheels car to another suitor. Even with a tidy bank deposit at hand, it must have been a memorable moment, like watching that first love turning to leave for the last time, at once wishing they would stay, but knowing that they would not.<br /> <br />Sitting alone on the table was a glistening pink VW Bus. Unknowing observers would hardly separate it from the background of mint redlines and other miniature cars. So small that, from across the room, most people would not even notice it. But there it was... Once you see a collectible like this, it's hard to forget. It's at least 30 years old and it still looks like new. And given that this toy probably was sent through the gauntlet of prototype testing, it is remarkable that it did not get war wounds. It is exceptional. <br /><br />It is not unusual for high-value rarities to be badly beaten up, valued entirely for their uniqueness alone, with little weight put on condition. When there is only one in the whole world, after all, just "being" is everything. Nonetheless, this piece holds no such shortcomings. It deserves the pride of place in a serious collection and that is exactly what Bruce plans to give it. "I want people to know it exists. I want them to see it and appreciate it. There is no value in keeping hidden away in a box where no one can enjoy it. Where's the fun in that?" So when asked if we could run it through the "Criss-Cross-Crash" set, seriousness wipes across his face and then the smile returns when he realizes that I am just kidding. He plans to take it on the road, visiting major shows whenever possible to give people a chance to see it.<br /><br />Authorities on the subject abound. But Bob Rosas, a former Hot Wheels designer for Mattel has seen the Beach Bomb and confirms that it is authentic. "It was first owned by a Mattel manufacturing engineer. They made trips to the Hong Kong plants and often got first shots of different vehicles that were being developed. It is quite likely that this gentleman asked to have this car made for him during one of those trips." Some experts raise questions about the color. They contend that pink was not used until a year later. Bob suggests that this may be true but it does not invalidate the piece. It was possible for someone to have last-years car put together with this-years color. It happened quite often. In fact, considering that the base of the vehicle is the later base, and that other examples with the later base exist, it makes sense that this is the case. Bob still collects Hot Wheels today and concentrates on the first tampo-printed models. He needs just a couple to complete his search. <br /> <br />Bruce Pascal is a terrific person to own this piece. He has a great respect for the history of it, as well as a developing interest in the history of Hot Wheels in general. During the photography session, Bruce wore white cotton gloves and tirelessly manipulated the Beach Bomb under the direction of the photographer. During a break in shooting, he meticulously packed it back up and put it out of sight lest one of the studio cats happen along and decide to play with it. After two hours of shooting he was as energetic as when the night began. You couldn't hope to meet a nicer guy. With his plans to show the world's only Pink Rear Loading Beach Bomb to people around the country, you probably will meet him and find, like I did, that he deserves the best. And for now, it appears that he has it!<br /><br />

Archive 12-10-2006 02:05 PM

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Posted By: <b>Greg</b><p>In addition to pre-1920 Red Sox memorabilia and cards, I also collect, with my dad, early Rhode Island Brewery advertising such as trays, lithographs, signs, photos, paintings, cans and bottles, etc. etc. etc.<br /><br />These rare items all date from 1895-1915: <br /><br /><br /><img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697784.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697520.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697495.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697438.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697109.JPG"> <img src="http://www.network54.com/Realm/tmp/1165697008.JPG"> <br /><br />At one time, was also into 18th century Westerwald stoneware, delftware, Revolutionary War Swords, etc. That interest has now passed. If anyone on here likes this stuff and has an interest in some nice pieces or has anything BoSox for trade, let me know. <br /><br />All the best,<br />Greg

Archive 12-10-2006 04:40 PM

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Posted By: <b>ramram</b><p>Historical manuscript items and images. i.e. Revolutionary War letters, Civil War, WWI, WWII soldier diaries, Trails (Oregon, Calif., Santa Fe) Diaries, Civil War images, original soldier drawings and paintings....stuff like that. <br /><br />In spite of all of these, one of my most enjoyable items is a diary from a hippie college kid in 1970. He describes in detail his summer trip with a buddy, day by day, hitch hiking across the country, smoking dope, drinking and picking up girls. He ends up in San Fran and hangs out with the hippies around Height Ashbury. A real testament to the time. Uhhhh, by the way, this diary didn't come from one of you guys...did it??<br /><br />Rob M.

Archive 12-10-2006 05:34 PM

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Posted By: <b>JimB</b><p>I could not get the whole page in the scan. This is from a mid-19th century edition of The 100,000 Songs of Milarepa.<br /><br />I am sorry about the size. Leon, if you know how to make it smaller, please do. Thanks.<br /><br /><img src="http://img143.imageshack.us/img143/1695/tibetanjr2.jpg">

Archive 12-10-2006 07:00 PM

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Posted By: <b>JimB</b><p>Peter,<br />Cool plate. I enjoy Japanese pottery as well, though I just have a couple pieces that were wedding gifts.<br />JimB


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