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Old 05-09-2007, 07:51 PM
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Posted By: Clint

Well Joe and Dan called me out last night about my displays. I have many things in storage so I had to find some things which was no small task. I'll post images as I get them ready. The first photo is of my Wichita Indians minor league collection from the 1950's. There's also a tiger figural that came from the estate of Ralph Winegarner who managed in Wichita and also played for the Cleveland Indians. -Clint

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Old 05-09-2007, 08:26 PM
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Posted By: Max Weder

Here at least is are different bookcases from the one I normally post





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Old 05-09-2007, 09:32 PM
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Posted By: Clint

Dan, I think this may be a mammoth mount. The photo in front is about the size of your new Nebraska Indians photo.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Great stuff Clint...and of course you had to show off that Wichita v Lincoln Athletics item...that is awesome!





This room no longer exists in this form here, but I like this shot.

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Old 05-09-2007, 10:20 PM
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Posted By: Clint

Thanks Dan. I'll try to post some more pictures tomorrow. I see you've added a couple more dolls. I'm guessing Shoeless Joe and Christy. I wish I had the room for displaying that you do.

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Old 05-09-2007, 10:27 PM
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Posted By: Joe K.

Clint - Tell us about that ring bat..looks nice.

Dan- I think I haven't seen that image of the bookshelf with gloves, very nice. Do you have all your stuff in one room or do you have some in other rooms as well?

Here is a link to my site where you can see many photos of my memorablia room.

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Here is one of the photos.



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Old 05-09-2007, 10:35 PM
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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Joe, I have stuff all over the house. I can decorate anywhere I want except our bedroom and her kitchen. Maybe tomorrow I'll take some pics around the house....I have a wall in my family room that is filled with gloves/photos/equipment...and I have most of my bookshelves down in the basement. I also like to change my displays from time to time.

Clint, good guesses on the dolls you got them exactly right. My mom is going to make a Nebraska Indians doll for me next.

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Posted By: Clint

Joe, there's actually two ring bats. The yellow one is a Spalding, it's very light and I believe made from willow. The second one is a JF Hillerich and Son. It has a dark green band on the end and gives an early address before they moved, something like first st. The center markings are stenciled on and it's big and heavy.

Dan, one day if not now, those dolls will be your most treasured items. Your mom does a fantastic job.

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Posted By: Mike H

I know many of you have seen these photos on the other site, but here goes. I'll take some new pics with close-ups soon.

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Posted By: Mike H

Ooops, the pics didn't upload. Let's try this again.








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Posted By: Dylan

Joe very cool looking collection of jerseys! My Dad has the same 1963 yanks dodgers pennant in very nice shape, any idea of its worth?

Awesome looking displays guys!

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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

Awesome, like walking through Cooperstown..

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Posted By: Max Weder

Of course, we have to have memorablia at the office, as well as at home....







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Posted By: Joe K.

Thanks Dylan. That pennant is not rare, although I like it a lot. Mike H has the same one (you can see it in his photo). Goes for about $75-100.

Mike H. - Is your email down? I sent you two emails that got kicked back.

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Posted By: Mike H

I think it's working Joe. I'll send you one.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Here's one from my kid's playroom....It's probably about 12 feet long. Every Cubs fans should have one.

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Posted By: Clint

Trophies from the National Baseball Congress 1950's. The smaller ones are from Daryl Spencer who played with the Dodgers, Giants and Phillies.

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Posted By: Ryan Christoff

Max,

Did your wife do the painting of the Seattle pitcher? That's one of the coolest baseball paintings I've ever seen!!!

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Posted By: Clint

Here's a few more.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Great stuff Clint....I see that Fun And Frolic book. What is the poster item in that top photo?

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Old 05-10-2007, 09:39 PM
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Posted By: Clint

Dan, it's a supplement from a newspaper. Eddie Plank is on the right and the guy on the left I never heard of. I liked it because it's in color.

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Posted By: Trevor Hocking

Sorry for the water marks but I don't want anyone using my images on ebay or anywhere else. I know it takes away from the pictures but you can make them out ok. I will be taking a few more pictures soon.

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More to come soon. I am glad to see this board and many other great collections. I love it when I can see other people like the same stuff I do.

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Posted By: Greg

Trevor,

Great pieces. You have a legitimate concern for using the water mark. My dad and I were co-authors of a book on Brewery advertising a few years back. There have been more items (ranging from buttons, to clocks, to t shirts) that show up on ebay which were made from copying items from our collection than I can keep up with. I've emailed these sellers of junk and occasionally something gets retracted, but I guess that's the internet for you. Thanks for posting your collection.

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Trevor

Too late on the Matty Fan for a Fan


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Posted By: Trevor Hocking

I know Max. They are using the auction photo from the one I own to duplicate them too. I wish auction houses and others would water mark there images. I know it could be photoshoped but at least they would have to work a little harder at it. Image theft pisses me off!!!

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Posted By: Joe K.

Trevor - Thanks for sharing. Your pieces are amazing. I look forward to seeing more. Your den looks like quite a special place. Can you take wider angle photos of the room? Would like to get a sense of how the whole room lays out. Txs!

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Posted By: mr. moses

to collect and put my rooms in order. Here is a pic of 3 of the 4 sizes of Heubach and a peek at my clutter. The rooms you guys have shown here are quite special. I have a new camera and will try and take a shot or two when I figure out how to work it.....















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Posted By: Steve Murray

your displays are deluxe!!!

(I kind of wish though that you had gotten dressed before you took the pictures)

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Posted By: Greg

My Red Sox memorabilia room is limited to a single case and some wall space for some pennants



The only non-pre-war memory we have...game used "Bloody Sock" 2nd Game

Beer stuff on the other hand has a room for itself..


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Posted By: mr. moses

southern florida and it's hot so in the privacy of my room no shirt is ok. I do look best wearing clothes but I've lost 33 pounds in 10 weeks and look pretty good when you don't look directly at me . Greg. My kinda stuff but it looks a little too neat.....

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That's why there's photoshop to crop out all the stuff on the floor and table Love all that tobacco stuff of yours as well.
Greg

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Posted By: Jimmy

I tend to add and subtract items over the years, some items will be added to my website to make room for new items, there are some items I have had a long time. enjoy

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Posted By: Keith

Hey guys, Here are some photos of my home office (I use the term office loosely - really its just the place where I hide from my wife to buy more stuff on ebay)

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and then a sneak peak at a my Eagles room:

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