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Old 03-27-2013, 06:34 PM
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I love pins and badges, in particular vintage enamel badges.
Funnily enough, not so much baseball......
I kind of like putting together groups in themes, so over the last 8-10 years I did vintage motorcylces, then vintage Aussie rules football clubs, vintage international soccer clubs, and a mixed sports group.

Here's a shot of my motorcycles lot.

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:40 PM
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Here are two frams that I have put together. I like the position pins!!

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Old 03-28-2013, 09:05 AM
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Wow, I am loving some all of these vintage pins I see. Right now, I am collecting the modern metal pins, but I do hope to pick up some vintage Yankee pins soon as I can afford some, lol.

I have a few right now, here are the 3 I recently picked up.







I also have the complete 2006 New York Post NY Yankees pin set that you had to buy every day or week, not sure which as I don't remember. I also have a few pins, including the pin for the opening of the new Yankee Stadium. I just have to find them.

I see that most everyone has theirs in frames. Where do you get them? I was thinking of albums, similar to the ones the Disney pin collectors use, but I don't know where to find them. Would anyone know the best place to pick supplies? Would I need anything else?

Paul, I will definitely take you up on that offer. I want to learn about pins and how to care for the ones I pick up and would love the chance to discuss pins with you. I will also keep an eye out for your books as well. If they are in Kindle format, even better. What are the names of your books?

Thanks for posting your pics. Keep them coming

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Old 03-28-2013, 10:43 AM
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Those are incredible, Rob. Nice way to wake up -- new Tribe exemplars to chase.

Any mfg. or backpaper still attached on any of 'em?

Congrats!

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Old 03-28-2013, 10:54 AM
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A few more...... soccer pins this time.

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Old 03-28-2013, 12:10 PM
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Those are incredible, Rob. Nice way to wake up -- new Tribe exemplars to chase.

Any mfg. or backpaper still attached on any of 'em?

Congrats!
Thanks, Aaron.

The 1920 pin has a paper insert that reads: Newman Manf'g Co. Cleveland Ohio

Here are a few more recent additions. The Fellers are color variations I didn't have. The two pinbacks at the bottom are nothing to write home about, but the point-of-sale, cardboard backing with each is pretty cool.
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Old 03-28-2013, 04:46 PM
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I only have one pin, would like a couple more from this set...
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:14 PM
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Hiya Mike

First - nice pins - and I've seen some really cool and incredible pins in the past few pages.

I don't collect pins - tho I like them - just don't want to sway too far from my current "focus."

A favorite of mine - is a complete "team" set of pins - that most likely were sold at ball parks in the 50s.

What makes this one more cool? The original cardboard backing.

Based on the Braves and Nationals pin? I would date this set from 1953 to 1955.

Pins are 3/4" and in really nice shape.

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Default Recent no-hit pitcher pinback pickups

Here are 3 recent pinbacks that I have picked up. I collect pinbacks of vintage no-hit pitchers.

BTW, I'm always looking for ones that I don't have. I would love to find one of Allie Reynolds, Virgil Trucks and Johnny Vander Meer. If you have these or any others to sell, PLMK. Thanks!

Many thanks to net54 member Rob Dewolf for offering me the Bob Lemon (hands over head) and the Cy Young that you see here. Cy Young threw 3 no-hitters at the turn of the century (including one perfect game), Bob Lemon threw one against the Tigers in 1948 in Det.

The other pinback is a rather scarce one that depicts no-hit pitcher Earl Hamilton. Earl Hamilton pitched a no-hitter against the Ty Cobb led Tigers in 1912.
After his ML career ended, Hamilton went on to own a minor league baseball team.
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:31 PM
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Great stuff guys. Love these vintage pins I am seeing on here. Keep them coming!

Mike
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