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Scott Garner 10-31-2011 08:15 AM

November pickups
 
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OK, so I'm a day early- sorry! Who has time tonight when I'm going to be busier than a one armed paper hanger passing out Halloween candy?

I don't yet have these in hand, but I just picked up 3 original snapshots of Jim Tobin's 2-0 no-hitter over the Brooklyn Dodgers at Braves Field on April 27, 1944.

Three things make this game rather intriguing:

1) There were only 1,934 patrons in attendance on this raw April day in WWII era Boston. This ranks as the second lowest attended no-hit game in the modern era. Fortunately, one of the fans, Bill Scott, took the time to capture photos of the starting pitcher, Jim Tobin and his battery mate Phil Masi warming up along the sideline prior to the contest. The best photo shows a panoramic shot of the Braves team celebrating at home plate at the conclusion of the game. Look at the scant few patrons in the stands! This photo really does a great job of showing you how dreary the day actually was...

2) Jim Tobin became only the 2nd pitcher to ever homer in his own no-hit game.

3) These snapshots make great complimentary pieces to the only known surviving ticket stub to Tobin's gem that I own in my no-hit ticket collection. I never thought I would find any game photos to this game, but you just never know!

thekingofclout 10-31-2011 08:49 AM

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Geez Scott. Those snapshots are awesome! You really are taking companion pieces to the next level. :)

Like you, I don't have these pieces in hand but they're on the way.

Program and Ticket for The Royal World Premiere of The Beatles' Film - A Hard Day's Night

The London Pavilion, Shaftesbury Avenue on Monday 6th July 1964 at 8.30pm. Attended by The Beatles, Princess Margaret and The Earl of Snowdon.

And... the companion piece that I found from a seller in ANKARA, Turkey! THE BEATLES & PRINCESS MARGARET 1964 ORIGINAL PRESS PHOTO AT THE WORLD PREMIERE OF THE BEATLES "A HARD DAYS NIGHT" FILM.

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Scott Garner 10-31-2011 09:11 AM

Awesome Beatles early pieces, Jimmy!

A Beatles pickup from a seller in Turkey? That's just crazy!! That's what I call flipping some rocks...very cool!

Isn't eBay unbelievable? As an occasional seller, I've sold things to people from all over the world. It always boggles my mind where collectors live.

Bumpus Jones 10-31-2011 11:01 AM

Very cool Scott! The photos with the stub really tell the story well...

mcgwirecom 10-31-2011 02:45 PM

Looks like every one of those fans poured onto the field! LOL

Scott Garner 11-01-2011 06:53 AM

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Originally Posted by mcgwirecom (Post 936022)
Looks like every one of those fans poured onto the field! LOL

Thanks Chris!

Randall, I'd have to agree. The crowd at Tobin's no-hitter even looks smaller than the one that actually witnessed Randy Johnson's 300th win in Washington! ;)

CobbvLajoie1910 11-01-2011 12:23 PM

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Technically a late-October pickup.

The Granger/Mize piece fit perfectly in my nook.

Thank you to Mark Clary for a perfect B/S/T transaction

Cheers!

kjjavic 11-01-2011 12:27 PM

Eagles pennant
 
Just got it in the mail this morning, and was thrilled to add this pennant to my Eagles collection. Its the only of its type I've ever seen.
http://i395.photobucket.com/albums/p...lespennant.jpg

perezfan 11-01-2011 12:33 PM

Wow... never seen that one either (and I've seen a lot!)

Great pickup, Keith. I can only imagine how rare it is that you can add a new Eagles variation to your already abundant pennant collection :cool:

scooter729 11-01-2011 12:52 PM

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Six feet of a pickup!

I'm still waiting to get this one in hand, but it's a giant panoramic of the 1910 Red Sox and Washington teams, including Walter Johnson, Speaker, Wood, etc. Can't wait for this to arrive, but I need to find some space for it first!

thekingofclout 11-01-2011 01:41 PM

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Originally Posted by scooter729 (Post 936322)
Six feet of a pickup!

I'm still waiting to get this one in hand, but it's a giant panoramic of the 1910 Red Sox and Washington teams, including Walter Johnson, Speaker, Wood, etc. Can't wait for this to arrive, but I need to find some space for it first!

:eek:WoW:eek: Scott, that is one incredible panoramic photograph. You just gotta post some close-ups once you get it in hand--PLEASE. :)

lefty147 11-01-2011 03:39 PM

What a great looking Eagles pennant. Mike

deebro041 11-01-2011 04:58 PM

Awesome pennant Keith. They played well the other night also.
Dan

Tigerden 11-01-2011 05:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kjjavic (Post 936307)
Just got it in the mail this morning, and was thrilled to add this pennant to my Eagles collection. Its the only of its type I've ever seen.
http://i395.photobucket.com/albums/p...lespennant.jpg

Great pennant KJ. I know you have quite a collection of Eagles pennants and you probably don't get to add a new design to your collection very often. I was watching the pennant with you in mind. Thanks for sharing.

carrigansghost 11-01-2011 05:53 PM

Scott, I solved you space problem. Just bring it to the show Saturday and I'll put it in the bar in the basement.

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rawn

scooter729 11-01-2011 07:03 PM

Thanks for the comments on the panoramic to Rawn and Kingofclout - appreciate it!

Rawn - FYI, Bill Carrigan is 9th from the left end. And I would've brought it to give you on Saturday, but I can only make it on Friday now to the show - bummer!

carrigansghost 11-01-2011 07:10 PM

Scott, I can change plans. I'm in Fitchburg right now. I guessed 8th or 10th.

Rawn

kjjavic 11-01-2011 10:53 PM

pickups
 
Thanks guys for the compliments.
Amazing panoramic photo Scott! Congrats on an outstanding pickup.

Lordstan 11-01-2011 11:14 PM

Finally!!
 
Well after what seemed like a drought that lasted years, I finally bought something I really wanted.

1939 HOF Yearbook Inagural edition.

http://www.net54baseball.com/picture...pictureid=4988

The seller of this book dated it to 1939 because of the date on the cover as well as the fact that Gehrig is NOT in this one.

I need to update my previous thread about the HOF Yearbooks
What I thought was a 1939 HOF yearbook, which was dated because Gehrig was in it, must be either a 1940 edition or a revised 1939 edition. I will wait until I have it in hand and inspect it before I will offer an opinion and close up scan.

I feel like a addict who's been forced on the wagon and finally gets off it. WHEW! I thought the drought would never end.

Some great additions by all.

Best,
Mark

mr2686 11-02-2011 07:28 AM

Great pick up Mark. Is always great to be able to fill in the holes in a collection.

thekingofclout 11-02-2011 09:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lordstan (Post 936526)
Well after what seemed like a drought that lasted years, I finally bought something I really wanted.

1939 HOF Yearbook Inagural edition.

http://www.net54baseball.com/picture...pictureid=4988

The seller of this book dated it to 1939 because of the date on the cover as well as the fact that Gehrig is NOT in this one.

I need to update my previous thread about the HOF Yearbooks
What I thought was a 1939 HOF yearbook, which was dated because Gehrig was in it, must be either a 1940 edition or a revised 1939 edition. I will wait until I have it in hand and inspect it before I will offer an opinion and close up scan.

I feel like a addict who's been forced on the wagon and finally gets off it. WHEW! I thought the drought would never end.

Some great additions by all.

Best,
Mark

What do you mean you "feel like an addict" Mark... you are an addict! ;)

BTW... a really important addition to your HoF Yearbook collection Mark. Well done my friend!

mr2686 11-02-2011 01:24 PM

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Just picked up a 1961 Game 4 world series ticket. I had planned on getting all the 61 WS tickets at some point but this one (it's a bit rough but should display well and couldn't pass it up for the great price) is the one where Whitey Ford broke Babe Ruth's World Series scoreless innings record.

Scott Garner 11-03-2011 06:50 AM

Don Larsen WS Perfect Game- Type I photo
 
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Nice pickup on eBay....:D

sicollector1954 11-03-2011 11:19 AM

Tris Speaker
 
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Was lucky enough to be able to add this Circa 1921 Tris Speaker 35 inch decal bat to my collection. Decal has survived in remarkable condition considering the age of the bat. I believe this was the last of the decal series produced by Hillerich and Bradsby at the beginning of the 1920's.

Scott Garner 11-03-2011 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by sicollector1954 (Post 936833)
Was lucky enough to be able to add this Circa 1921 Tris Speaker 35 inch decal bat to my collection. Decal has survived in remarkable condition considering the age of the bat. I believe this was the last of the decal series produced by Hillerich and Bradsby at the beginning of the 1920's.

Wow! Beautiful Speaker decal bat!!

perezfan 11-03-2011 02:35 PM

Agreed.... that Speaker Bat is a super pick-up. Very rare decal variation, and looks to be in great shape as well. Many congrats on that one!

deebro041 11-03-2011 04:44 PM

Baseballs
 
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These 2 balls just arrived, won them on Ebay, beauties.

Tigerden 11-03-2011 05:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scott Garner (Post 936837)
Wow! Beautiful Speaker decal bat!!

Ditto. Great bat. I have always loved the decal bats, especially ones with the decal in great condition.

mjkm90 11-03-2011 06:33 PM

I don't recall seeing that decal before...gorgeous!!!

Dan...you've got a pair there fella!!! Nice pickups. Did you get a deal on those?

margoaepi 11-03-2011 08:53 PM

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A few autos added this month.


The bottom sheet has Kiner, Murph, and of course, Lindsey Nelson!

deebro041 11-04-2011 07:55 AM

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Originally Posted by mjkm90 (Post 936941)
I don't recall seeing that decal before...gorgeous!!!

Dan...you've got a pair there fella!!! Nice pickups. Did you get a deal on those?

Thanks Mike, paid a fair amount for the Partridge ball and box, but thought i got a good deal for the vintage brown leather figure 8 ball(8" circumference).

WillowGrove 11-05-2011 12:15 PM

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Originally Posted by margoaepi (Post 936968)
A few autos added this month.


The bottom sheet has Kiner, Murph, and of course, Lindsey Nelson!

Josh - I love that Mets photo. Nice! Speaking of early NY teams - here's an original photo I was lucky enough to acquire. I present you the 1895 Brooklyn Bridegrooms in all their splendor.... Now to do the research on who's who.

leftygrove10 11-05-2011 12:23 PM

Lefty Grove Check and Photo....
 
http://www.bandkgreen.net/lefty_grov..._06oct1954.jpg

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BrockJacob 11-05-2011 05:04 PM

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Really psyched to add the Detroit Tigers mascot bank to complete the Stanford Pottery set. I know I know, I'm still missing the extremely elusive A's white elephant bank, but this is complete as far as I'm concerned ;)

Here's the team...

perezfan 11-05-2011 07:45 PM

Awesome, Brock!!! They look great all together. That looks to be a rare Indians variation- second from the right. Never seen that smaller one with the "C" on the Chest. Can you shed any light on that one?

Also... a guy at the National had the elusive A's Elephant (NRMT condition). It was still at his booth as of that Saturday... so that's probably one example that is circulating and available :rolleyes:

JollyElm 11-05-2011 11:25 PM

Any boxing fans out there? Thought I'd chime in with this Jack Dempsey postcard autograph from his restaurant in the city.

http://i1226.photobucket.com/albums/...ckdempsey2.jpg

CarltonHendricks 11-06-2011 12:07 AM

Motorcycle Statue et al
 
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Aprox 7 inch tall hight to top of girls head - cast in white metal

I saw this little statue at a show last May just a day before I was leaving for Brimfield…Had I not been heading there I might have gotten it but wanted to save fire power…It's probably Austrian as it has that feel..I mostly collect American things but gladly make an exception for this..I’m friends with the dealer who deals in bronzes…He said he doesn’t usually deal in white metal pieces but the subject and quality pursuaded him....The definition of the casting is remarkable…right down to the leggings and ladies scarf or hat or what ever it is

Yesterday he still had it and I saw it again at a show….I wasn’t in the mood to spend the money so left without it again…Today I sized up my coffee table and figured a way to insert it in with the tumult…About 5:00PM today I called the dealers store and got his cell number at the show…I called him and said I’d take it….

He knows me and we’ve done business before…he said it was mine and told me a gal had come by earlier and told him she would come back at the end of the day and buy it….he asked her if she wanted him to hold it but she said no…So we closed the deal and agreed on the payment details…and all was good….about an hour later he called me back and said the gal came back to get it and he explained someone bought it…Phew that was close! The Lord blessed me on that deal!...In twenty three years it’s one of three antique motorcycle statues I’ve seen…The dealer once had a bronze one with one rider I passed on....I heard it went for big money up the food chain….and I saw another one at a show in L.A. once that sold really quick as the dealers were setting up….

By the way…at that show back in May…Though I passed on the motorcycle I did get the little die cut easel back sign of service men playing pool, see below...It's not a November pick up but what the hay..

12" x 12"
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FYI Below are two other things I saw yesterday..that basketball is actually a propane tank....dealer said the U.K. is University of Kentucky and that someone painted to look like a basketball….dealer said he had another that was painted as a baseball…said he sold it and it ended up on 1st dibbs…

the lower photos is speculated to be a store advertising display for the Rittgers statues…the little c1940 comical figures of various sports et al….It’s the baseball umpire…flat back hangs on the wall…about 18” tall…it was out there but it wasn’t cheap…It had my attention but I ended up passing...dealer said extremly rare..and I'm sure...quality was so good had to have been made by Rittgers..fiberglass inside

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Runscott 11-06-2011 12:10 AM

Great stuff - wish I could participate, but all my pick-ups have been photographs, and I'll respect the 'non ML-er photographs are boring' aspect of this sub-forum.

If anyone calls me on this, I will prove my point...to the point of being even more obnoxious than I already am. :)

BrockJacob 11-06-2011 12:28 AM

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Originally Posted by perezfan (Post 937465)
Awesome, Brock!!! They look great all together. That looks to be a rare Indians variation- second from the right. Never seen that smaller one with the "C" on the Chest. Can you shed any light on that one?

Also... a guy at the National had the elusive A's Elephant (NRMT condition). It was still at his booth as of that Saturday... so that's probably one example that is circulating and available :rolleyes:

Thanks Mark.
The smaller Indian is sort of a mystery to me as well. It's not as big and also not a bank. It has no coin slot in the back feather where you would typically find it. If my memory serves correctly, I believe Rob D. has one like this as well. Maybe he knows more than I...

And it's good to hear that there is at least one example of the A's bank floating around that might pop up for sale somewhere. Of course, finding one is only half the battle. Scrounging up the funds to pay for one is another matter all together. How many years did you have to wait for yours? I remember it being one of your long sought quests.

mjkm90 11-06-2011 06:13 AM

You have quietly assembled a fantastic collection Brock. Congratulations!!! I may need to go after one of those Tiger examples. You "Brocked" the example you added last week:D

perezfan 11-06-2011 03:27 PM

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Originally Posted by BrockJacob (Post 937539)
Thanks Mark.
The smaller Indian is sort of a mystery to me as well. It's not as big and also not a bank. It has no coin slot in the back feather where you would typically find it. If my memory serves correctly, I believe Rob D. has one like this as well. Maybe he knows more than I...

And it's good to hear that there is at least one example of the A's bank floating around that might pop up for sale somewhere. Of course, finding one is only half the battle. Scrounging up the funds to pay for one is another matter all together. How many years did you have to wait for yours? I remember it being one of your long sought quests.

Brock...
I had to wait about 7-8 years to finally add that damned Elephant (and paid a pretty penny, to do so). The one I saw at the National was priced about 25% less, was nearly as nice, and was a different variation. Mine says "Athletics" across the chest, and this one just has an "A". It had extremely minor shelf wear, limited to the bottom of base (not worthy of mention) and no chips, cracks, repairs or anything else. It's a beauty...

I'm afraid to even guess what you paid for the Tiger (and won't look- so please don't tell me). I paid a fortune for mine about 9 years ago, when these things were at their peak (and thought to be exceedingly rare). It's one of those things that ebay has proven to be a bit more prevalent than originally thought. Congrats on adding yours- looks like a beauty!

ps. There's still one more... the Indian with full head-dress. This one is possibly even rarer than the Elephant, and is as spectacular as it is rare. I've come to accept that I'll never own one... I think you'd have to spend well over $5K. Of course, if Lou Criscione is reading this, he can add his thoughts on rarity and value.

perezfan 11-06-2011 03:42 PM

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Originally Posted by mjkm90 (Post 937558)
You have quietly assembled a fantastic collection Brock. Congratulations!!! I may need to go after one of those Tiger examples. You "Brocked" the example you added last week:D

Mike:
This is a great time to add the Tigers piece, if you are so inclined. The prices are as low as I can ever recall, and if the economy bounces back, these eventually will too. Plus, it's probably the best looking mascot of 'em all (IMHO ;))

perezfan 11-06-2011 03:45 PM

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Originally Posted by CarltonHendricks (Post 937533)
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Aprox 7 inch tall hight to top of girls head - cast in white metal

I saw this little statue at a show last May just a day before I was leaving for Brimfield…Had I not been heading there I might have gotten it but wanted to save fire power…It's probably Austrian as it has that feel..I mostly collect American things but gladly make an exception for this..I’m friends with the dealer who deals in bronzes…He said he doesn’t usually deal in white metal pieces but the subject and quality pursuaded him....The definition of the casting is remarkable…right down to the leggings and ladies scarf or hat or what ever it is

Yesterday he still had it and I saw it again at a show….I wasn’t in the mood to spend the money so left without it again…Today I sized up my coffee table and figured a way to insert it in with the tumult…About 5:00PM today I called the dealers store and got his cell number at the show…I called him and said I’d take it….

He knows me and we’ve done business before…he said it was mine and told me a gal had come by earlier and told him she would come back at the end of the day and buy it….he asked her if she wanted him to hold it but she said no…So we closed the deal and agreed on the payment details…and all was good….about an hour later he called me back and said the gal came back to get it and he explained someone bought it…Phew that was close! The Lord blessed me on that deal!...In twenty three years it’s one of three antique motorcycle statues I’ve seen…The dealer once had a bronze one with one rider I passed on....I heard it went for big money up the food chain….and I saw another one at a show in L.A. once that sold really quick as the dealers were setting up….

By the way…at that show back in May…Though I passed on the motorcycle I did get the little die cut easel back sign of service men playing pool, see below...It's not a November pick up but what the hay..

12" x 12"
<a href="http://s213.photobucket.com/albums/cc120/CarltonHendricks/?action=view&amp;current=PICT9887_1200x900.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc120/CarltonHendricks/PICT9887_1200x900.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

FYI Below are two other things I saw yesterday..that basketball is actually a propane tank....dealer said the U.K. is University of Kentucky and that someone painted to look like a basketball….dealer said he had another that was painted as a baseball…said he sold it and it ended up on 1st dibbs…

the lower photos is speculated to be a store advertising display for the Rittgers statues…the little c1940 comical figures of various sports et al….It’s the baseball umpire…flat back hangs on the wall…about 18” tall…it was out there but it wasn’t cheap…It had my attention but I ended up passing...dealer said extremly rare..and I'm sure...quality was so good had to have been made by Rittgers..fiberglass inside

<a href="http://s213.photobucket.com/albums/cc120/CarltonHendricks/?action=view&amp;current=PICT3008_1200x900.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/cc120/CarltonHendricks/PICT3008_1200x900.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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Carlton...
Do you recall how much the dealer wanted for the Rittgers Ump Promo Display Piece? Have never seen one of those for sale...

CarltonHendricks 11-07-2011 02:53 AM

$1,100.00
 
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Originally Posted by perezfan (Post 937671)
Carlton...
Do you recall how much the dealer wanted for the Rittgers Ump Promo Display Piece? Have never seen one of those for sale...

Mark, He was asking $1,100.00....which doesn't seem bad...I have his contact if you need

aquarius31 11-07-2011 02:19 PM

Illustrated London News woodcut
 
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Happy to add this beautiful woodcut to my collection! IMO, this one ranks close to the Creighton Memorial in terms of eye appeal. Hope to get it framed soon!

CarltonHendricks 11-07-2011 02:28 PM

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Originally Posted by aquarius31 (Post 937826)
Happy to add this beautiful woodcut to my collection! IMO, this one ranks close to the Creighton Memorial in terms of eye appeal. Hope to get it framed soon!

Very nice....what are the dimensions? who are the teams?....what date?...how'd you find it?

aquarius31 11-07-2011 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by CarltonHendricks (Post 937833)
Very nice....what are the dimensions? who are the teams?....what date?...how'd you find it?

Thanks Carlton, this woodcut came out of the Illustrated London News (March 23, 1889). It is titled "The American Baseball Players at Kennington Oval - Visit of the Prince of Wales" and measures ~W 23" x ~H 16." I have been searching for this woodcut for quite some time and was able to obtain online from a print shop. The woodcut represents the match up of "All America" vs "Chicago". The match-up is fascinating as it shows Anson on the upper left and John Ward on the upper right. Players are as follows:

All America
Ward, Captain, All America
E. Hanlon
C.A. Wood
W. Earle
J Healy
J Manning
Graine
T.L Brown
F.H Carroll
J.C Fogarty

Chicago
Anson, Captain, Chicago
E.N Williamson
J. Ryan
R H. Pettit
J.K Tener
Martin Sullivan
Fred Pfeffer
T.P Daly
T.L Burns
Mark Baldwin

aelefson 11-07-2011 08:31 PM

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Hi-
I recently acquired the Cobb snapshots (along with the Ruth I posted in the Bambino thread) shown below at the Wilmington MA card show. I really like the one where he is smiling, but the other two showing him at bat are really cool as well. I will be researching the games played later in the week.
Alan Elefson
aelefson@hotmail.com

GrayGhost 11-07-2011 08:33 PM

FANTASTIC Pieces sir.;)

aelefson 11-07-2011 08:39 PM

Thanks Scott! It was great to meet you at the show.


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