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I knew his museum existed, and was private, but had never seen any pictures. I have always wanted to. Thanks for sharing Aaron. I recognize a few items he got off eBay. Gary is very active in eBay. Would love to see the early Giants jersey in pic #9, and the evolution of baseball and the equipment looks phenomenal.
This message has been edited by vintagesportscollector on Jun 18, 2007 10:24 PM
I see where you don't have to sign up to view the article. I did go to his museum last year at the National- Mastro Dinner. He was very gracious and the collection is phenomenal. Not real heavy in cards but lots of memorabilia and stuff, which is good for this side of the world, I guess...........regards
edited to correct myself
This message has been edited by leonl on Jun 19, 2007 9:13 AM This message has been edited by leonl on Jun 18, 2007 10:24 PM This message has been edited by leonl on Jun 18, 2007 10:19 PM
Viola or voila whatever.....ya'll know what I meant....and I always use viola just like I do "breast regards".....now back to the museum......it's a an awesome place and it's nice to see Gary is opening it up to the public. When you go to it you would never know from the outside, what's on the inside. Very covert in that respect....regards