Monday, June 14, 2021

:::::::::::Warning:::::::::::: Dodger centric Post

 Okay, this post should wrap up the stuff from Fred. (2 previous posts) and all that you see here. 





This entire photo album opens up to a huge poster like monster full of photos like above.











Front & back.





Had to rub in the back view night shot for NO.
















Oopps, got this out of order.










It has the complete unused stamp set as well, but I already posted those.





I'm not sure that is really a brick.
























Did you get your Dodger fix?  I hope not, because I'd sure like to trade these away. You better have deep pockets too. Fred wanted to charge me $10.00 for everything here tonight, plus his stuff from the 2 other posts. He also threw in a couple of Highland Mint SuperBowl coin sets. I gave him $20.00.  Deep pockets.



11 comments:

  1. Are you switching teams on us? 20 bucks sounds like a steal for all of that.

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    1. Heck no! He only $10.00, lol. I was hoping some Dodger fan would want them. Should be an easy trade.

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  2. I wish I had a dealer like Fred in my neck of the woods.

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    1. I wish Fred was in my neck of the woods too. From Valdosta it takes 2 hrs. From Ocala, takes 3 hrs. I grabbed these up figuring someone would want them.

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  3. I have that '76 photo album.

    Great stuff, love the artwork and colors from that time. So perfect. I try to hold off on too many periodicals though. The room can get overwhelmed pretty quick collecting things like that.

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    1. You know they'll fit nicely inside of a Dodger themed box (hidden in the corner).

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    2. Heck most of them fit in a binder.

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  4. 1980 was a good year for baseball.

    My favorite scorecards here are '68 and '69.

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    1. I forgot to mention that ALL of the scorecards are UNMARKED except for the 74'.

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  5. Fun stuff here. My favorite covers are the '68 and '73 scorebooks. That sign in the last photo - "York's Famous Ass Rail." LOL

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