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Old 07-16-2017, 10:34 AM
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Sorry guys...I have good intentions here I swear...but I just can't get these pics to upload straight up and down...even had some help this time thinking it would work, started the post, not much luck...have several more pics to share, that was just the start but...I'm thinking it's not worth it until I can get them to post correctly...my bad
Not sure if corrected them already, but your pics are coming out straight/normal for me.

Great looking room!
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Old 07-16-2017, 10:42 AM
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Pics look good to me too. Love that trunk being held open with the bats. So cool. Keep the pics comin'
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:06 PM
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Hmmmm...weird...well here goes, as long as they look good for you all
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:09 PM
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Pictures still coming out great. I love those cabinets you have the vintage equipment in. Overall an outstanding vintage look.
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:17 PM
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WOW... Killer displays, Eric... very elegant and classy!

I love the Thayer Mask and those ancient Chest Protectors. Beautifully displayed, too.... and that Duckweb glove ain't half-bad either.

Now it looks like there's still some room on that very bottom shelf of the last Cabinet.... better get busy on that!
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Old 07-16-2017, 01:02 PM
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Haha...thanks for the compliments guys. You have some killer stuff too...especially Mark, I have some of your stuff...half my collection probably lol

And yes Mark, I need a couple more stellar Spalding gloves/items...got any?? Anyone?? Haha. The inflatable CP is a Victor, along with most of that gear in that shadow box..and the cabinet with the early baseballs is all Victor and VWD gloves/mitts.

The bats aren't actually holding the chest open, but just displayed that way nicely I thought. Cool story with the Spalding axel tree and photos you see in the trunk...came from the same Maine estate and the bat is pictured in the photo...the two photos are of the same people, same weekend, one year later...date 1891 & '92.

The old cigar box on the top shelf of the square cabinet we found when my grandfather passed away when I was 7 yrs old....inside were a bunch of old important sports newspaper clippings, wheaties box cut-outs, and ten 1934-36 pop-out cards...my cousin and I split everything...that's what got me started in collecting cards when I was a kid and eventually to all this...now I'm hunting down the sig model gloves to put next to the cards of each player, a little of his passion with mine...got 3 of the 5 so far lol

The cabinets I was able to find at local antique shops, and all match pretty nicely...two even coincidentally use the same key...was lucky with that one!! The bat rack, shadow boxes, picture frames...all made by my father...I'm very fortunate to have a super handy father that way..makes the stuff more meaningful to me also. Again, hope all enjoy. Anyone is welcome to email and chat anytime... glovejunkie@yahoo.com

Mark I need more stuff...but can't afford it...what the hell do I do??
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I love the circular display cabinets! I have wanted one for a while but they are expensive to say the least. Nice material as well
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Eric
Who made the flame burned bat in the middle of the bat rack ?
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Old 07-16-2017, 01:45 PM
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Bob, the cabinet are actually Curio cabinets, for china I think?? I picked those up for about $200 each and the square one with glass all round was about double that. Pretty descent price to pay for a good way to display some old vintage equipment...figured why not in some cabinets/furniture about the same era and had the same "look" I wanted. Don't ever break the round glass though..might as well just scrap the whole cabinet

Matt, ahhhhh, that bat, how I loved that beauty....it is a killer Brine Knights of Columbus example, that yup came from Mark several years ago now...however just a couple months ago I lent it to the KofC museum in New Haven, CT...along with a beautiful matching Brine KofC full web glove I got from John P. a little while back. Anyway...figured they were in the best spot they could be anyway, so let them keep them...gone to humanity forever!!

Anyone got a banana bat or something cool I could fill the spot with??

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