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Old 11-08-2018, 08:27 AM
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Tim, these get better and better - The Cobb is astounding!
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T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder is complete! SOLD.

astonishing... beautiful... other superlatives.
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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
I'll second Jay's shameless plug. If you've never seen one of these in person, they are truly a sight to behold. From a distance, they appear almost as if they're an illustration of the card. As you get closer, the individual pieces take shape and it looks like a mosaic. When you're right on top of it, you see all the different faces and names and stats. It's almost a metaphor for the hobby, and how the iconic cards stand out above over a hundred years of commons, and how the game's truly great players stand out above the rest. I'm just crazy about this piece.

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Thank you all so much for the words of encouragement.

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A shameless plug, since as I was running out of wall space, I put my King Kelly N162 in LOTG. It's an incredible piece and I hope the next owner will enjoy it as much as I have.
Jay, I really appreciate the opportunity you gave me to create that Kelly a few years back. I'm honored it was on your wall for as long as it was, and I look forward to learning it's new destination! I'll be plugging it on my social media for you.

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I'll second Jay's shameless plug. If you've never seen one of these in person, they are truly a sight to behold. From a distance, they appear almost as if they're an illustration of the card. As you get closer, the individual pieces take shape and it looks like a mosaic. When you're right on top of it, you see all the different faces and names and stats. It's almost a metaphor for the hobby, and how the iconic cards stand out above over a hundred years of commons, and how the game's truly great players stand out above the rest. I'm just crazy about this piece.

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