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#5650953 - 05/03/12 11:13 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: esquirecomics]
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 Originally Posted By: esquirecomics
‎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!



Do you were it in court?
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#5651003 - 05/03/12 11:35 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: batman_fan]
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 Originally Posted By: batman_fan
 Originally Posted By: esquirecomics
‎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!



Do you were it in court?


I should give it a try one day! lol

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#5651078 - 05/04/12 12:04 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Chip Cataldo]
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 Originally Posted By: Robot Brainiac
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


I like your dedication! That's some collection!


Edited by *paull* (05/04/12 12:09 AM)
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#5652310 - 05/04/12 01:44 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: *paull*]
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as my name suggests I am a big fan of boxing and recently aquired a personal grail that I would like to share. These are fight worn and I just got them back from framing yesterday and haven't had a chance to put them on my wall yet. really happy how it turned out. Tyson's not the greatest boxer of all-time but he was certainly one of the most entertaining.




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#5652351 - 05/04/12 01:59 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: hbo_boxingfan]
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I think mine is coming up soon

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 Originally Posted By: hbo_boxingfan
as my name suggests I am a big fan of boxing and recently aquired a personal grail that I would like to share. These are fight worn and I just got them back from framing yesterday and haven't had a chance to put them on my wall yet. really happy how it turned out. Tyson's not the greatest boxer of all-time but he was certainly one of the most entertaining.







That's frikkin' awesome!

Now post the pics of you wearing them (I know you must've tried them on).
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#5652357 - 05/04/12 02:02 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: chrisco37]
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not gonna lie, mike fills em out better then I do. lol
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#5652453 - 05/04/12 02:34 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: hbo_boxingfan]
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I never thought I would want another man's shorts. I was wrong, those are amazing. big congrats.
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#5652615 - 05/04/12 03:48 PM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: Bronty]
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Very cool item to see hanging on a wall for sure! \(thumbs u
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#5699858 - 05/21/12 12:49 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: jessebrook1]
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Following one of those great Titanic posts is no easy task so i'll say these are probably good for a laugh or two..

I collect mostly weird records,cool press kits and a lot of Disney stuff lately.

here goes nothin'




This must be a hoot to listen to on Halloween.









A quick bit inside this book about Mego passing on the Star wars opportunity is a gem,and 20/20 hindsight and all.A wealth of cool photos on all their superheroes stuff.








A terrific read from beginning to end.




3 different LP's on the Apollo 11 mission.








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#5699863 - 05/21/12 12:59 AM Re: Collecting things other then comics. [Re: jessebrook1]
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A few more,






The most famous stripper song in the world by Mr David Rose.




This a complete breakdown of the classic film screenplay,including actual time of EACH SHOT.










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