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Old 03-15-2019, 08:11 AM
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Steve - did you receive a catalog for this auction? Back in September you asked to stop receiving the catalog, so we removed your name. I just checked the mailing list for this auction and your name wasn't on it. If you received a catalog, please let me know because that means someone other than me is sending our printer a mailing list.

Anyone who wishes to stop receiving a catalog, just drop us an e-mail or send me a PM. Happy to oblige. Also, anyone who receives a damaged or missing catalog, let us know and we'll happily replace it. There's usually a few every auction, usually less than one tenth of one percent of what we send out but it happens. I try and reach out to anyone who says theirs was missing, but I have to get a response to figure out where to send the replacement (and I don't always get a response!).

Thank you to all for the bids so far and thanks to all the consignors who made this auction possible. Looking forward to a fun final ten days.

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Brian, thanks very much. No I have not received one and am glad you took me off the mailing list. Great catalogs but I really enjoy checking it out on my iPad/computer and often times end up never even opening up the catalog. Many thanks. Different strokes as they say. . . .
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I understand the benefit of digital over hard copies. Green is good. But in my user experience I've noticed myself catching interest in items I would have never viewed through the digital-online experience.
Catalog/books allow me to view the entire auction in a holistic sense. I pick up on things I never knew existed.

Call me old school
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Old 03-15-2019, 03:21 PM
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I would much rather view it online, particularly with the search function. My only suggestion to Brian would be to put the grade in each title, not just the higher grades, I have never understood why REA doesn't do this.
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I like both online and catalog. The catalog makes good reading at lunch or other places you frequently sit down . Fortunately for my wallet there are not the few cards that when I see them I will buy them. But I have my eye on some other candy as well. So many goodies to be had.

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I understand the benefit of digital over hard copies. Green is good. But in my user experience I've noticed myself catching interest in items I would have never viewed through the digital-online experience.
Catalog/books allow me to view the entire auction in a holistic sense. I pick up on things I never knew existed.

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I would much rather view it online, particularly with the search function. My only suggestion to Brian would be to put the grade in each title, not just the higher grades, I have never understood why REA doesn't do this.
I feel like this could be your year.
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