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  • Reds41
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    Looks great! Took a long time too, eh?

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  • Sooperdon
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    1975 World Series Game 4 Autographed by Pete Rose

    There was no COA but it looks like the autos I've seen online. I really just wanted the tic, the auto was a bonus.
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  • Sooperdon
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    1972 & 1940 World Series Stubs

    From ebay one at a time.
    I started out wanting a ticket from every World Series, then thought, "one ticket from each team from each WS would be cool." Then I decided a tic from each game would be the coolest.
    When I complete a set, I mount them in a picture frame.
    I have complete sets of "68 and "84 mounted and framed too. A few other years are almost complete.
    The logos I found online and printed them on photo paper. I tried to make sure it was the logo they used at the time.
    Last edited by Sooperdon; 03-05-2008, 06:47 AM. Reason: added text

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  • Reds41
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    Sharp! Where did they come from?

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  • Sooperdon
    started a topic World Series Stubs

    World Series Stubs

    Just a couple of pics i thought you Reds fans might like.
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