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Old 02-05-2014, 02:39 PM
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I have about 30 cases worth....here is a sampling. I get the frames from Indian River Display and recommend them highly. Sorry for the crummy pictures....

In the bottom case, I still need KEN HENDERSON!!!
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Old 02-05-2014, 02:58 PM
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Rob,
Great Giants pin collection, and I know that you are just showing the tip of the iceberg here.

BTW, I collect pinbacks of guys that pitched no-hitters. I suspect that currently I have between 50-60 different ones. One pinback that I'm looking for is of Gaylord Perry in a SF Giants uniform. Do you have any duplicates or know someone that might?

Here is a small sampling of pinbacks from my own collection.
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^^^^^^

I love that idea! I don't have any duplicates, but will keep an eye out. The orange border Perry might be a little easier than the PM-10, but both are tough. BTW, the Perry PM-10 is a bit of a mystery because it looks so "bootleg" but has the SF on his hat while other, more professional looking, Giants PM-10s sometimes do not. That is the only Perry PM-10 I know of.

I really mourn the passing of pinbacks in recent times. They are all but extinct.

P.S. I don't know of any Halicki or Montefusco pins.
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I love that idea! I don't have any duplicates, but will keep an eye out. The orange border Perry might be a little easier than the PM-10, but both are tough. BTW, the Perry PM-10 is a bit of a mystery because it looks so "bootleg" but has the SF on his hat while other, more professional looking, Giants PM-10s sometimes do not. That is the only Perry PM-10 I know of.

I really mourn the passing of pinbacks in recent times. They are all but extinct.

P.S. I don't know of any Halicki or Montefusco pins.
I have only seen the Perry PM-10 w/ SF on hat show up on eBay once recently. Did you buy yours from Eric Weeden out in the East coast?

How big is the Orange boardered button of Gaylord?

Good to know about Halicki and Montefusco. I wondered if a pinback of these guys existed or not...

Thanks!
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Rob,
Love the Giants pins. Im a big collector of the pm10s . I do have a few other giants that I dont see on your boards. Great collection. Here are a few that I have. Will post more as time permits. Al
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Old 02-05-2014, 03:53 PM
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I have only seen the Perry PM-10 w/ SF on hat show up on eBay once recently. Did you buy yours from Eric Weeden out in the East coast?

How big is the Orange boardered button of Gaylord?

Good to know about Halicki and Montefusco. I wondered if a pinback of these guys existed or not...

Thanks!
The orange pins are 3.5" Most were made with and w/o (pre 1969) the MLB logo. There is an ultra rare 2.25" orange border of Mays but no others I know of.

I got the Perry PM-10 years ago from a sixty year old collector who decided having a house would be better than having a good Giants collection
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I have only a handful of baseball pins, plus a bunch of boxing. I pick them up for the players I collect or for things I recall.

This Mays pin is something I remember from when I was a little kid in NYC. There was a poster with the same artwork that hung on my closet all that year.



I collect Al Rosen stuff so this one was a natural pick up for me:



Just liked the look of this one:



Here's an interesting item, a backing for a pin that I purchased because the graphics just screamed 1970s at me:

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Al - I'm drooling over those 1961 Maris and Mantle related pins! Thanks for showing them.
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Al - I'm drooling over those 1961 Maris and Mantle related pins! Thanks for showing them.
Thanks Jack I have a few others from that 1961 run if time permits I will post some more. Al
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Rob,
Thanks for pumping some life into this thread!

As I result, Al reached out to me and offered up this duplicate Gaylord Perry PM-10 pinback this evening so I filled a hole in my collection.
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