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Old 01-31-2019, 01:25 PM
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Hi Mike,

Check out this website: https://www.muchinskycollection.com/

Here's a FAQ from the site: "Are items in the Collection for sale?
No. Dr. Muchinsky directed that the Collection not be sold until his youngest grandchild reaches the age of 22, at which time it is to be auctioned though the most efficient means then available. Thus, the earliest date on which the Collection may be auctioned is October 2037. Prior to that date, discretion was extended to the Trustee to consider only the following offers: 1) those to purchase of all items of a particular sport; and 2) those to purchase of the entire Collection. The minimum sale prices were directed by Dr. Muchinsky and determined based on his assessment of what the Collection will be worth in 2037. He was optimistic about its future value, and as such did not expect any of the Collection to be sold prior to the date set for the auction. Neither does the Trustee.
Thank you Andy. I was not aware of this.
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Just curious, how does everyone display their pins? I have 3 display frames that I bought from Hobby Lobby which I filled up very quickly.
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Just curious, how does everyone display their pins? I have 3 display frames that I bought from Hobby Lobby which I filled up very quickly.
Iím going to be brutally honest with you Jim, it just keeps going.
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Iím going to be brutally honest with you Jim, it just keeps going.
Yup, I have 40+ frames, full of pins.
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Picked up a nice 1968 World Series Tigers pin.
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Not too thrilling, but always glad to add a Giants pin I'd never seen before.
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I have been looking for one of these for a while. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I suppose
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If you have any 1971 Pirate regular season game stubs (home or away games) please let me know what have!

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I have been looking for one of these for a while. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I suppose
I can dig it!
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I have been able to locate 16 of these Baseball Leader Pins from the 1930s. Hake and Steckler only listed 13 in their guide and I have not seen another checklist. Just wondering if anyone has a different one or has seen one not here. In case you canít make out whatís in the photo, hereís a list:

Most Games Won in Season 116 Cubs in 1906
Batting .349 C. J. Hafey 1931
Batting .367 D. Alexander 1932
Pitching ERA 2.37 Lon Warneke Chicago Cubs 1932
Batting .398 Frank J. OíDoul Philadelphia 1929
Batting .368 Frank J. OíDoul Philadelphia 1932
Longest Game Played 26 Innings Boston vs. Brooklyn
Batting .381 A.H. Simmons Philadelphia 1930
Batting .390 A.H. Simmons Philadelphia 1931
Stolen Bases Max Carey Pitts Led League 10 Years
Most Shut Games Season Grover Alexander 16 Games 1916
Most Home Runs Season Babe Ruth 60 in 1927
Batting .401 Wm. H. Terry New York 1930
Highest Percentage Batter Rogers Hornsby .424
Batting .369 L.A. Fonseca Cleveland 1931
Pitching Bob Grove ERA 2.94 1932
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I picked this one up today at the PNC Hunt Auction stand. I flew in for the game. It serves as a nice momento from my first opening day at PNC. The game made me realize that I am definitely a Left Coast guy...Lordy was it cold! I also learned that the Bucs look worse than I feared. It's going to be a long year.
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I picked this one up today at the PNC Hunt Auction stand. I flew in for the game. It serves as a nice momento from my first opening day at PNC. The game made me realize that I am definitely a Left Coast guy...Lordy was it cold! I also learned that the Bucs look worse than I feared. It's going to be a long year.
They canít be any worse than the Giants.
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