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#5629632 - 04/25/12 11:22 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: MisterX]
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 Originally Posted By: MisterX
Pretty cool, man.

How did you manage to track down the artwork for the action figure card?


I made contact with a couple of former Kenner employees who saved the stuff from being thrown out when they worked there. I had a lot of stuff like that when I had my full Super Powers collection.

Peace,

Chip
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#5629720 - 04/26/12 12:06 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Chip Cataldo]
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 Originally Posted By: Robot Brainiac
 Originally Posted By: MisterX
Pretty cool, man.

How did you manage to track down the artwork for the action figure card?


I made contact with a couple of former Kenner employees who saved the stuff from being thrown out when they worked there. I had a lot of stuff like that when I had my full Super Powers collection.

Peace,

Chip


Great collection. Only complaint is that it seems to lack focus. Giggedy.

Pat
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Goon (raw 9.8): 5, 14 Buzzard cover, both 26s.
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#5629826 - 04/26/12 01:27 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Chip Cataldo]
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 Originally Posted By: Robot Brainiac
 Originally Posted By: MisterX
Pretty cool, man.

How did you manage to track down the artwork for the action figure card?


I made contact with a couple of former Kenner employees who saved the stuff from being thrown out when they worked there. I had a lot of stuff like that when I had my full Super Powers collection.

Peace,

Chip


Awesome Chip! Love the innovation! Never seen so much Brainiac in one place!!! \(thumbs u

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#5630831 - 04/26/12 02:56 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: esquirecomics]
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Thanks for the kudos, guys! A one-of-a-kind (currently) production piece just surfaced a couple weeks ago, so I'm trying to land that one for my focus.

Here's a pic :



Wish me luck!

Peace,

Chip
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#5631301 - 04/26/12 06:00 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Chip Cataldo]
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Registered: 04/26/12
Posts: 22
Loc: Seattle, Wa
Hello,

I am new here so I thought I would chime in as a way to introduce myself.

I currently collect mostly Modern Comics, trying to finish all of the Beavis and Butthead run from DC

Coins and Currency
I have a full Mint State Sets of Eisenhower Dollars and American Eagle Silver Dollars
Magic The Gathering Cards
Guns
Star Trek Stuff
Board Games

Most of my collections are small due to the limited size of my Apartment, hoping to buy a house soon!

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#5631952 - 04/26/12 09:06 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Ivan_Only]
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 Originally Posted By: Ivan_Only
Hello,

I am new here so I thought I would chime in as a way to introduce myself.

I currently collect mostly Modern Comics, trying to finish all of the Beavis and Butthead run from DC

Coins and Currency
I have a full Mint State Sets of Eisenhower Dollars and American Eagle Silver Dollars
Magic The Gathering Cards
Guns
Star Trek Stuff
Board Games

Most of my collections are small due to the limited size of my Apartment, hoping to buy a house soon!


Welcome Ivan!

Personally, I would love to see some of your guns, Star Trek Stuff and Board Games!

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#5631961 - 04/26/12 09:10 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: esquirecomics]
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 Originally Posted By: esquirecomics
 Originally Posted By: Ivan_Only
Hello,

I am new here so I thought I would chime in as a way to introduce myself.

I currently collect mostly Modern Comics, trying to finish all of the Beavis and Butthead run from DC

Coins and Currency
I have a full Mint State Sets of Eisenhower Dollars and American Eagle Silver Dollars
Magic The Gathering Cards
Guns
Star Trek Stuff
Board Games

Most of my collections are small due to the limited size of my Apartment, hoping to buy a house soon!


Welcome Ivan!

Personally, I would love to see some of your guns, Star Trek Stuff and Board Games!


+1

You might like to visit pages 37 to 40 on this thread, as there are some very cool vintage board games posted by Bangzoom, Esquirecomics and others. \(thumbs u
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#5632381 - 04/26/12 11:47 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Ivan_Only]
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Colonial Mustard in the library WITH THE CANDLESTICK!

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 Originally Posted By: Ivan_Only
Hello,

I am new here so I thought I would chime in as a way to introduce myself.

I currently collect mostly Modern Comics, trying to finish all of the Beavis and Butthead run from DC

Coins and Currency
I have a full Mint State Sets of Eisenhower Dollars and American Eagle Silver Dollars
Magic The Gathering Cards
Guns
Star Trek Stuff
Board Games

Most of my collections are small due to the limited size of my Apartment, hoping to buy a house soon!

Welcome to the boards.
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#5641950 - 04/30/12 09:40 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: jessebrook1]
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Registered: 01/28/11
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Just some very interesting stuff! I have a Van Halen, Mötley Crüe and KiSS collection that's growing! \:\) I'll post some picks if anyone cares! \:\)

I just wish I had the wisdom to know what I know now....just pace myself and not get in a rush to collect! I was always selling something to buy something else instead of pacing myself.

I admire those of you who have paced yourselves.....

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#5650890 - 05/03/12 10:55 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: esquirecomics]
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‎1940s Beautiful 1.5" tall die-cut shield badge with Captain America's name and portrait above club name "Sentinels Of Liberty." The badge came in either a copper or brass finish and this is the brass version. The front has essentially Mint luster with high gloss. On the reverse the original pin came loose and has now been firmly glued into place using clear adhesive. Front of the badge is essentially Mint and the auction house from where I bought this said it was equal to only 1 or 2 others they've seen in over 46 years!

I always wanted one!


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