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Old 07-19-2011, 07:40 PM
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Very clean and organized! I love it. Is the wall covering from a poster or was it custom made?
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Overall very impressive! I made some custom cabinets for my collection to hang in my "man cave". I am an early riser and almost every Sat. morning I get up early get that first cup of coffee for the day and just walk the room like a museum. It's on the few times in my busy hectic life I have complete silence in there (3 kids).
I bet your room, with those cards, on those displays would give you that same sence of "man how did I get all these cool cards" that I get.
Again very nice and thanks for the extra pics. Truly breathtaking.
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Great displays guys! I have many framed pieces of memorabila but I am a wee bit paranoid when it comes to the cards and keep them in safe deposit boxes and safes
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Hey check this out, I contracted with a bar in Portland, Oregon to display these (they're taking out the insurance). I strung 26 of my Leafs end to end, all in color scheme, using the Marion and Ennis "split color" cards as the link between the blue, yellow, and red. It looks great all along the wall, so thin and long. What do you think?

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