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#3554993 - 11/02/09 02:15 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: oakman29]
esquirecomics Offline
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Registered: 01/20/05
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Loc: Washington, D.C.
Just some of what I actively collect beyond comics:

Titanic related items
Charles Lindbergh kidnapping items
John F. Kennedy assassination items
Abraham Lincoln assassination items
Historic legal documents
Animation Art (particularly of courtroom scenes, go figure!)
US stamps

Happy to post examples if folks are interested \(thumbs u

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#3554996 - 11/02/09 02:18 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: esquirecomics]
oakman29 Offline

Colonial Mustard in the library WITH THE CANDLESTICK!

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Registered: 01/03/08
Posts: 37824
Loc: Orange county,SoCal
 Originally Posted By: esquirecomics
Just some of what I actively collect beyond comics:

Titanic related items
Charles Lindbergh kidnapping items
John F. Kennedy assassination items
Abraham Lincoln assassination items
Historic legal documents
Animation Art (particularly of courtroom scenes, go figure!)
US stamps

Happy to post examples if folks are interested \(thumbs u


Are you kidding me? I would love to see your collections
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#3555002 - 11/02/09 02:59 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: oakman29]
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Registered: 04/22/08
Posts: 6226
Loc: Riverside, CA
 Originally Posted By: oakman29
 Originally Posted By: esquirecomics
Just some of what I actively collect beyond comics:

Titanic related items
Charles Lindbergh kidnapping items
John F. Kennedy assassination items
Abraham Lincoln assassination items
Historic legal documents
Animation Art (particularly of courtroom scenes, go figure!)
US stamps

Happy to post examples if folks are interested \(thumbs u


Are you kidding me? I would love to see your collections


He shared some of his incredible items a year or so back. Easily one of the greatest and most interesting posts I have seen. The realia connected to the historic events was incredible, and I would certainly love an opportunity to see more.
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#3555026 - 11/02/09 05:36 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: PokerKid]
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Pulps and books.
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#3555119 - 11/02/09 08:28 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Theagenes]
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Comic and comic strip art
Non-comic art
First editions, particularly Pynchon, Vonnegut, Bartheleme, Irving, Boyle, Hiassen, Peter Carey, Helprin, Bradbury, Lethem, Leyner, Aylett, Farmer...
Books signed by iconic figures like Mickey Mantle, Groucho & Harpo Marx, Dali...
Books by or illustrated by Dali
Books and ephemera written or illustrated by Ralph Steadman (at 250+ items, maybe the largest such collection)
Antique toys... particularly comic character-based tin windups.
Platinum-age books and books illustrated by comic artists.
Weird stuff (though the janitor at my office threw away my mutant food collection \:\( )
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#3555212 - 11/02/09 09:33 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Weird Paper]
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Registered: 05/17/04
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 Originally Posted By: Weird Paper
Comic and comic strip art
Non-comic art
First editions, particularly Pynchon, Vonnegut, Bartheleme, Irving, Boyle, Hiassen, Peter Carey, Helprin, Bradbury, Lethem, Leyner, Aylett, Farmer...
Books signed by iconic figures like Mickey Mantle, Groucho & Harpo Marx, Dali...
Books by or illustrated by Dali
Books and ephemera written or illustrated by Ralph Steadman (at 250+ items, maybe the largest such collection)
Antique toys... particularly comic character-based tin windups.
Platinum-age books and books illustrated by comic artists.
Weird stuff (though the janitor at my office threw away my mutant food collection \:\( )


I want to collect like this when I grow up.

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#3555430 - 11/02/09 11:21 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Weird Paper]
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 Originally Posted By: Weird Paper
Comic and comic strip art
Non-comic art
First editions, particularly Pynchon, Vonnegut, Bartheleme, Irving, Boyle, Hiassen, Peter Carey, Helprin, Bradbury, Lethem, Leyner, Aylett, Farmer...
Books signed by iconic figures like Mickey Mantle, Groucho & Harpo Marx, Dali...
Books by or illustrated by Dali
Books and ephemera written or illustrated by Ralph Steadman (at 250+ items, maybe the largest such collection)
Antique toys... particularly comic character-based tin windups.
Platinum-age books and books illustrated by comic artists.
Weird stuff (though the janitor at my office threw away my mutant food collection :( )


Funny you mention the mutant food collection.

I collected dried fruit and Vegetables for a few years. Any and all veggies and fruit I would set outside to dry then I would bring it in and put it on a shelve. I had literally dozens of different types. No clue why I had the compulsion to do this, I finally just threw them all away! I think I realized this could become a problem for me at some point, as my three sons may use this as a reason to send me away in my older years.
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#3555467 - 11/02/09 11:33 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Evil Uncle]
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Speaking as myself, I don't deserve anything.

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I have at one time or another collected

Comics
Comic OA
Coins
Sports Cards (primarily baseball and football)
Action Figures
Hot Wheels
Bottle Caps (as a kid)
Dungeons & Dragons books and supplements
Dungeons & Dragons miniatures (pewter, lead and plastic)
Arcade Tokens
Card games (M:tG etc)

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- Well, how come no bacon?
- Bacon is extra.

Kirk - does fisticuffs, bones anything that moves, self-destructs Enterprise often, cheats at Kobyashi Maru.
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#3555497 - 11/02/09 11:46 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Jeffro™]
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I was posting here when you were in diapers.


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Knowledge,I am collecting knowledge to better myself financially and health wise. it`s amazing the things I didn`t and still don`t know.


Edited by MR.COMICBOOK (11/02/09 11:47 AM)
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#3555538 - 11/02/09 11:57 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Weird Paper]
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Registered: 06/15/06
Posts: 4495
Loc: Downtown O-town
 Originally Posted By: Weird Paper

First editions, particularly Pynchon, Vonnegut, Bartheleme, Irving, Boyle, Hiassen, Peter Carey, Helprin, Bradbury, Lethem, Leyner, Aylett, Farmer...



PJF
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WTB: Uncanny X men 101 109


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