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Old 01-22-2018, 07:44 AM
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Tom, this is the 14" x 22" version and as far as I know, the only on known
I can imagine. I have never seen one before this one and I have been a part time dealer in movie paper on and off for almost 30 years.

The scarcity of the other sizes is for all movies in general. 14x22 is the standard size for a window card. Some movies might have also had the mini version or the giant version, but like I said, I haven't seen another window card of any size for this title.

Does it have restoration?
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Old 01-22-2018, 09:53 AM
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I can imagine. I have never seen one before this one and I have been a part time dealer in movie paper on and off for almost 30 years.

The scarcity of the other sizes is for all movies in general. 14x22 is the standard size for a window card. Some movies might have also had the mini version or the giant version, but like I said, I haven't seen another window card of any size for this title.

Does it have restoration?
Tom, It has two very small areas that look to have had some restoration done to it. One is in the middle on the right hand side that is about 2" long and the other is in the bottom right hand corner that is hard to tell if it is a repair or tape residue. I have a very nice black light and that is all I can ascertain from shining the flashlight on it. I was able to look at the back by having it re-framed recently. I should have taken some photos of the back when I had it opened.
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Old 01-22-2018, 03:17 PM
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Tom, It has two very small areas that look to have had some restoration done to it. One is in the middle on the right hand side that is about 2" long and the other is in the bottom right hand corner that is hard to tell if it is a repair or tape residue. I have a very nice black light and that is all I can ascertain from shining the flashlight on it. I was able to look at the back by having it re-framed recently. I should have taken some photos of the back when I had it opened.
I guess you could have for future sale purposes but knowing you that won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Sounds like it doesn't have much restoration which is really nice. I mean....with a piece that scarce restoration doesn't mean a whole lot but there would likely be some who would be off put by it having a ton of work done.on it.

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Picked up this Craig Biggio Gamer.

Here is my Adirondack bat rack. After a few years in the basement, it was finally rigged up so that I could put some of my bats.
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Picked up this Craig Biggio Gamer.

Here is my Adirondack bat rack. After a few years in the basement, it was finally rigged up so that I could put some of my bats.
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I guess you could have for future sale purposes but knowing you that won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Sounds like it doesn't have much restoration which is really nice. I mean....with a piece that scarce restoration doesn't mean a whole lot but there would likely be some who would be off put by it having a ton of work done.on it.
Tom, this proves exactly what you were saying. A good friend sent me this picture that shows the artwork and the top left open for the movie Theater to advertise etc...
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Dave (seattlerainiers) gifted this awesome circa 1982 Willie Stargell snap shot. Thanks again Dave that was very kind of you. Today I picked up this 1971 Orioles World Series button. I already have one. However, they seldom appear for sale so I couldn't resist picking it up. If there any interested Oriole collectors out there I would likely be willing to trade for a similar Pirate I need. If not I am pleased to have two of these Sometimes it's the little things that make me the happiest. Edited to add the pin just found a new home.
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Tom, this proves exactly what you were saying. A good friend sent me this picture that shows the artwork and the top left open for the movie Theater to advertise etc...
What an awesome photo to have!

Here are examples of both from my favorite movie of all time:







Not my posters unfortunately.

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Old 01-28-2018, 04:02 PM
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The bottle id a Tappan Avon bottle (it is my second one), my other has the label and the other piece is an eBay find (a Boston Garter Store Display).
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