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March Pickups

March 1 2010 at 3:26 PM
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Jerry  (Login WarHoundR69)
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Forgot it was March 1 when I put this pickup in the Feb. thread:

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Richard Winters
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March 1 2010, 4:31 PM 

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Rand
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first of many coming this month

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March 1 2010, 11:10 PM 

world wide gum R78 Hooded Cobra psa 6


    
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Tom Boblitt
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More E's

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March 2 2010, 10:03 AM 

E184 Heisel's Actress Cards
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1911 M6 Complete set of 12 Horoscope Cards from Milwaukee Newspaper
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Filler for now.....
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About 1/2 way there on this set........
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Great Civil war book from Kis-Me Gum (American Chicle) of Louisville, KY. Similar to a tobacco album for a candy or 'E' issue I guess. A number of Civil War heroes inside the book in 1x1 or so stamps glued into the book. The stamps have writing on the back to identify where they were to be glued. And then a 4x5 picture glued into the front.

Uncatalogued. Not sure how they were issued. Have to assume they were issued all together and the purchaser put the stamps in after purchase. Hard to believe they would have been issued individually because I've seen three of them (have two) and all have all the stamps inside, none missing. Any notes from anyone?

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Dan C
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for Tom

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March 2 2010, 1:12 PM 


 
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March 2 2010, 2:56 PM 

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Richard L.
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March 3 2010, 9:26 PM 

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Rand
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look at those caramels

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March 3 2010, 10:35 PM 

hey richard, are you sure they are not trimmed? i guess you'll find out when they are sent to the professionals at psa. real nice cards.

 
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Richard L.
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March 3 2010, 10:57 PM 

Rand,
I trimmed them myself so the corners would look sharp happy.gif Actually, I placed each raw card on top of another R114 in a PSA holder and each measured exactly or larger than the graded version. I will send them in at some point and see what the "experts" think.

 
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tony fryer
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March 3 2010, 11:05 PM 

a mixed bunch
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tarzan I have dupes if anyone needs any
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Rand
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i do that to

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March 3 2010, 11:43 PM 

i agree richard, you did a great job tightening up those corners! actually i also keep an open sgc and psa holder to place raw cards in. those are real beauties though.

 
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Mark
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March 4 2010, 3:33 AM 

The cards are not in the best of shape but they bring back wonderful childhood memories of sitting down in front of the Redifusion and watching these wonderful characters & creations .



    
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tony fryer
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memories

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March 4 2010, 8:32 AM 

Mark it was seeing and buying Thunderbirds cards at a local flea market
that got me back into collecting. Is that your first or do you have more?
I collect EVERYTHING Thunderbirds. I have 5 FAB 1, 5 green Thunderbird 2,
2 blue Thunderbird 2. An original 60's plastic thunderbird 2 and 3.
The list goes on.I have ALL the thunderbird B/W cards and missing a few
colour (color for our N American readers)cards. If you have dupes in
the colour (color)I have dupes in paypal cash I can swap.

 
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Todd C
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March 4 2010, 4:48 PM 

one of my favorite pickups ever !!!

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Rand
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and another

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March 4 2010, 5:31 PM 

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Ralph P
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March 4 2010, 6:33 PM 

Whoa . . . live on eBay right now?
(Somehow missed that one . . . so thanks for the alert, David!)

 
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Mark
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March 5 2010, 2:27 PM 

a slight Western theme for the 2 below ...^^^ I wonder if Tommy will bring more than the $700 Alvin fetched in 2004 .



    
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Enrique
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My picks

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March 5 2010, 3:08 PM 

As a young collector (young in time collecting, not in age), I don't have anything worth showing.

Anyway I picked these two collections that I like.

PIRATAS (Argentina 1968)

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As with most collections after the 70s, this collection has mixed subjects to make it more educational and fun at the same time.
This collection consisted in 112 round cards of Tv Stars (sample shown here), 70 rectangular cards (about pirates), 160 round cards about the history of weapons, 99 tattoos, and 72 soldiers of the world (of all time) cardboard silhouettes.
Is a very nice (and expensive) collection that I've just started. I only have a few. Note that Agent 99, John Steed and Simon Templar and not originals, they are color proof created before the collection was printed. It is odd that those color proofs are far more inexpensive than the original cards. For what I saw at ebay, in US trading cards collections, all production stuff is more expensive than the original cards. Am I wrong?



OUR WONDERFUL WORLD OF PEOPLE PACKS 1963

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This is a common collection, but I love the designs of the packs. I've just bought two collections along with two empty albums. One of the collections had the packs pasted to a cardboard showing a special offer (see the picture). Sadly I need packs #20 and #21 to complete my second collection.

Nothing impressive, but I wanted to participate in this thread.

Thanks!

Enrique


 
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Anonymous
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March 5 2010, 3:09 PM 

hello rand, i have a fiend who is-was going after this card. after seeing this was somewhat outed he feels his chances are now much more slim. i agree with david on this, thats pretty confident of you to lay claim already. i guess your saying your going to win this no matter what. thats ok with me, but like david says thats "bold" of you. you may or may not have hurt your chances for it. good luck, but i think you should have waited until it was over.

 
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