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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

well... at least the link to your image hosting website. Would love to see some personal collections that may not be listed in the Vintage Links section.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Jeff:

I collect the earliest graded image that I can afford of each BB HOF'er. Here's my website address with more updates to come in the next couple of weeks:

http://bbhofrc.com/

You can click on any card in each photo album and it will take you to a slide show picturing all 15 cards in that album. Just do the same thing for all 3 albums per page and all 7 pages of the website.



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Posted By: Chris David

Mostly autographs but my growing collection of T206 and my two Caramel Cards are posted here.

http://s42.photobucket.com/albums/e344/ROCKCITY24/

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Old 02-22-2008, 09:36 AM
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Posted By: Chris Counts

I'm signed up with ImageEvent. The whole thing only costs about $20 a year and is much easier to edit than a regular website I once created. Since signing up, I've had a blast scanning my collection. I've learned a lot about scanning in the process. In fact, I'm now rescanning cards I scanned just six months ago because I'm getting such good image quality now ...

http://imageevent.com/ccmcnutt

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Posted By: Jason L

At the url below, feel free to browse through my problem, in its relative entirety, and I invite you to witness, electronically, the depth of my true lack of discipline, as satired in my separate page entitled "Collection Focus"

http://www.thetriple-l.com/

Since I'm here, I do also have a current For Sale page that I would invite you to browse, though there is not any vintage stuff there at the moment, and not all listings have prices or scans.

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Please leave a note in my Guestbook, but please...no coarse language, and as always....no wagering.

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delete, still working on it.

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Posted By: Keith O'Leary

Last year, I*whittled the baseball card portion of my collection down to 52 cards (under the 52 card collection directory) to coincide with my age. May 25th,*I'll be adding a T205 Cobb.

http://s45.photobucket.com/albums/f92/vwtdi55/52%20card%20baseball%20collection/

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Posted By: Kevin Saucier


Possibly the largest collection of altered and doctored cards ever displayed.


http://www.alteredcards.com/gallery1.htm







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Posted By: Martin

Heres a link to my site:

http://martinsbaseballcardscollection.com

I think I am one of the only vintage collectors in England. I've only started with vintage cards in the last 10 months or so.

Thanks for looking at my site.

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Posted By: Steve Murray

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Posted By: Steve

Keith, wow!

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Posted By: Paul S

Good looking site! I'm curious if you're a native UKer or transplanted from the States. If the former, what got you started on vintage cards? Thanks.

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Posted By: Eric Brehm

I don't have a website, but images of some of my pre-WWII cards can be seen on the PSA Set Registry:

http://www.psacard.com/set%5Fregistry/display_cards.chtml?rsetid=62641&alltime=yes&requesttimeout=9999&rank=none&tied=0

http://www.psacard.com/set%5Fregistry/display_cards.chtml?rsetid=76048&alltime=yes&requesttimeout=9999&rank=none&tied=0

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Old 02-22-2008, 10:41 AM
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Posted By: Martin

Paul S.

I was born and have lived most of my life in England and followed football, cricket, rugby (both codes), etc growing up.

I've always loved all sports but particularly those with bats and balls - cricket and later on baseball thanks to television coverage and then the internet. Plus, I have always been a collector since childhood - comics, badges, lego, Star Wars figures, anything.....Probably drove my parents crazy at times!

I looked into collecting cricket memorabilia but its not that large or diverse a market. But I have been aware that there is a massive collecting base tied to baseball and really explored baseball cards thanks to ebay about two and a half years ago. I kind of jumped in like a headless chicken and was buying anything and everything without really thinking about what I was doing.

Now I'm a little more focused and collect a few sets including the t206 which have looks and history as key points of attraction!

Thanks for the kind words about the site!!

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Not cards, but snapshot photos are my specialty...if you like to see the fans view of the game check out the following links for over 1,000 different photos.

1937-41 Brooklyn Dodgers photos
http://tinyurl.com/32ozby

Minor league snapshots
http://tinyurl.com/2vlkxh

Hall of Famers
http://tinyurl.com/2qssep

Misc Major League photos
http://tinyurl.com/2ktuxa

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Posted By: Ken Wirt

My HOF collection:

http://s155.photobucket.com/albums/s290/triwak/

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Ken W:

My favorites (ones I need for my HOF RC set) are:

Alexander Cartwright
Candy Cummings (if it was a card, of course)
Pud Galvin
Bid McPhee (if it was in one piece, of course)
Bill McGowan
Sol White

You don't want to part with any of these, do you?

Great Collection with a variety of all types!!!

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Posted By: anthony

I'll get a link later but it's just as easy to do it this way....

Zeenut Buck Weaver
Willards Chocolates Ty Cobb
E90-1 Cy Young
E90-1 Germany Schaefer
N300 Cap Anson
Sports of All Nations #33
1929 Churchmans Babe Ruth
1982 Topps Cal Ripken Jr.

and 30 different '15 Cracker Jacks including a Mathewson
(to be sold off eventually)

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Posted By: Al C.risafulli

"Possibly the largest collection of altered and doctored cards ever displayed."

Besides the Set Registry, of course.











That was a joke. Here's mine. www.swingbattaswing.com

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Posted By: Kevin Saucier

"Besides the Set Registry, of course."

Al...that's funny but is so very true.


I'll need to change my description to the largest exposed online.

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Posted By: peter ullman

nice site Al...I've got work to do.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Al:

I love your Eddie Collins Cabinet Card. Is that the one that was recently in a Hunt Auction? Looks great in the SGC holder too!!!

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Posted By: Brian E.

http://www.geocities.com/engelhard1978/cobbs.html

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Posted By: Scott T

My T206 collection is here.

http://s4.photobucket.com/albums/y133/scottopotamus/1909-1911%20T206%20Collection/

My T206 player autograph collection is here.

http://s4.photobucket.com/albums/y133/scottopotamus/1909-1911%20T206%20Autographs/



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Posted By: Rob D.

Still a work in progress. Mostly memorabilia, but a few card galleries:

www.48tribe.com

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Posted By: Ken Wirt

Phil Garry,

Thanks for the kind words. I'm sure I've said this before, but your rookie set rocks! Especially, those Negro Leaguers! I'm not gonna unload any of my cards any time soon - still plugging along toward completion, ya know. Quite the adventure.

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Posted By: Martin

There are some incredible cards in some of these collections.

Al - I like the idea of limiting a collection to 50 cards. Not sure I could do it though right now.

Keith - Wow - you have some incredible cards!

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Posted By: DMcD

Jason: Really like your site's layout. Not bad for a rotting shack amoeba!

Keith: I was pleased to see my old D304 Kelly survived the cut. It's in pretty fast company. Great cards, buddy.

Rest of you guys: Some great stuff and a real inspiration to get off the ol' backside and put some scans on the web myself. Maybe one of these days . . ? Thanks to all of you for sharing.

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Posted By: Jerry Spillman


Web site in progress........

Updating the web site.














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Posted By: Anonymous

Wow, Jerry, those are some very nice cards.

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Posted By: steve yawitz

As a few others have said, imageevent.com is a great way for web-design novices like myself to build a decent hobby site. I've found it well worth the $25 annual fee - not just for sharing scans of my cards but for reducing my reliance on eBay.

http://imageevent.com/yawie99

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Posted By: Al C.risafulli

It's so much fun to look at all of your collections - it's like being in a museum.

Phil, yes, that's the Collins cab from the Hunt auction. A couple of 54 members helped point out the provenance of that one.

And Martin, if the 50-card thing was the ONLY thing I was doing, I wouldn't be able to do it, either. I find all sorts of ways to cheat. I actually started a T206 set because of it.

-Al

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Paul, I looked at your site before you deleted the link, WOW!!!! You have some amazing PC's!

Great stuff everyone -- thanks for posting!

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Posted By: Tony Andrea

Thanks to SGC and their new "Top Notch" registry design. Here's my collection.

Tony

http://www.sgccardregistry.com/gallery.aspx?cat=1&set=250&userset=1887

edited to correct website link......

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Tony:

Awesome set. I really love the fancy SGC image displays, pretty cool!!!

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Posted By: Richard Cline - RC

Some of my collection - I need to get to work and do more scanning.

http://s172.photobucket.com/albums/w30/rc4157/

RC

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Posted By: Bill

Have fun........http://s39.photobucket.com/albums/e156/bikerider60/

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Bill:

Nice HOF Collection (all career contemporary cards too, very nice!!!)

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Posted By: Dan Paradis

Just finished a simple website using Google.

http://www.danparadis.com/

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Dan:

Your website looks great, nice job!!!

I really like your E107 Lajoie & Old Judge Galvin. I need those two for my HOF RC set.

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Dan:

Very nice!

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Posted By: Ray

My very modest Diamond Stars collection:

Be forwarned...if you check out any of the other albums, you may come across some modern stuff


http://s17.photobucket.com/albums/b63/gotsparks09/1934-36%20Diamond%20Stars/

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Posted By: DMcD

Thanks to this thread I went to work on my own photo-sharing site. I liked the ImageEvent layout the best so went with them. Very easy to use, upload, edit etc. Still was a lot of work with all the scanning. I didn't post all of my collection. Too much scanning. But I have posted my D304, T3 and '33 Goudey sets plus various single cards. I also made an album of photos I took at several baseball related exhibits I visited last fall including the Burdick collection at the Met and the Hall of Fame. Have a look!

http://imageevent.com/kawika_o_ka_pakipika and click the Brunners Matty

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

David, I love your collection and was happy to see that you snagged the W600 McGraw. But you really have to post the rest of your top cards -- there are a lot missing, I know for sure!

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Posted By: DMcD

Jeff: There's a few other beauts in my "BBHoF: The First Class" album. Otherwise that's it. No T206 Wagner, no '52 Mantle, nary a 19th century card, nothing over a six and no secret stash of "ultra high grade pre-War baseball cards". I have a few other sets I will eventually post once I can face the scanner again but they are of the beater-ish sort. But, yeah, that W600 is a humdinger. Figured it was as close as I'd ever get to the Alpha Engraving McGraw.

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Posted By: Dan McHugh IV

Here's my Vintage Collection:

http://s154.photobucket.com/albums/s280/chromerookies/

my buying vintage has slowed down heavily due to the fact that I'm in the process right now of trying to get each living HOFer's Auto on their R.C, so my focus is really on that right now, which hasn't allowed me the extra funds to put toward vintage,

hope you all like,
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Posted By: Jimi

Here's my HOF Collection. I have a lot of work left to do and I just started adding prewar cards to it. The hope is that all will be prewar soon. Be sure to check out the Slideshow feature.

http://web.mac.com/jimivintage/baseballcards/HOF_Collection.html

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MY COLLECTION: http://www.rustywilly.com/MYCOLLECTION.htm

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

hope people don't mind me bumping this thread... anyone else want to show off their collections or updates to their collections?

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Posted By: John

Jeff; good bump.

I dont think I posted last time...my junk.

http://imageevent.com/piojohn3/collection

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