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    That is some amazing stuff. I would frame every single piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdsgetchicks View Post
    That is some amazing stuff. I would frame every single piece.
    +1

    Thanks a lot for sharing those treasures with us dryhawk
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    These are the only one's in the binder but I do have some other Sunbow model cels that I can take pictures of. No Duke, Blowtorch etc. but most of them are from the Mass Device cartoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dryhawk37 View Post
    These are the only one's in the binder but I do have some other Sunbow model cels that I can take pictures of. No Duke, Blowtorch etc. but most of them are from the Mass Device cartoon.
    Cool Stuff - Thanks for sharing!

    Was this from the Roger Slifer collection from a little while ago? I know he had some neat stuff like this going through Heritage Auctions, and I've been dying to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeToyFan View Post
    Wow, congrats on that awesome piece of Joe history. Please don't tell me you bought that off craigslist. Whenever I look on there, I find people selling their ROC figures or the Pit for $100.00

    Thanks for sharing the binder with us!

    Or nineties Star Wars stuff for $25.00+ per figure.

    For every 100 duds, there's that one gem, though.
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    Yes, this was from the Heritage auctions from a little less than a year ago. Most of the other lots went a LOT higher than this one did too. There were 2 other lots that I bid on but they went out of my price range but I'd LOVE to see what was inside. The auction had some horrible pictures so I had to bid and cross my fingers on what I actually got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dryhawk37 View Post
    Yes, this was from the Heritage auctions from a little less than a year ago. Most of the other lots went a LOT higher than this one did too. There were 2 other lots that I bid on but they went out of my price range but I'd LOVE to see what was inside. The auction had some horrible pictures so I had to bid and cross my fingers on what I actually got.
    Cool! I spoke with Roger about some of that stuff not too long ago, and was really interested in seeing what all was in there.

    I wasn't able to participate in the Heritage auction, so I missed out on this. But I'm glad you brought these here to share with us.

    Too often, these get sold into the hands of a private collector and are hidden away until they wind up at auction again years later.
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  10. #38
    That is awesome. Thanks for sharing!

  11. #39
    Really nice binder! Where did you get that from? Now that is some vintage stuff!

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    Amazing buy Drew. I talked with Roger after the fact. I'm sure if it had been from another more monitored auction it would have gone for a lot more so I'm sure for a crazy good price, all things considered.
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