Apple Valley, Minnesota

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I'm an old soul. I was taught to appreciate the past from a young age. My main passions are sports collectibles, mainly cards. But I love all old americana. Music, bI'm an old soul. I was taught to appreciate the past from a young age. My main passions are sports collectibles, mainly cards. But I love all old americana. Music, books, comics, coins, breweriana, advertising, politics...anything you can see years of stories eminating from. (Read more)


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Old man and his country store. - Photographsin Photographs
Grandpa wore many hats - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Schlitz Light, Hamm's, Miller High Life, and Billy Beer! - Brewerianain Breweriana
Pvt. John Carrier  - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
All-American Badass - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Rest In Peace Killer! - Baseballin Baseball
Bricks from a different place, bricks from a different time. 
On The Farm - Photographsin Photographs
BIN LADEN IS DEAD - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Mysterious name change - Paperin Paper


  1. Yeah I have been on that site a lot, and uploaded quite a few photos myself.
  2. Thanks, we have no photos of him at all unfortunately.
  3. Sorry gentlemen, I didn't see these comments until now. My grandfather passed away last summer. Robert Neal Carlton Broberg. my email is I don't have a lot of information past w...
  4. Your best bet would be to find a local sports collectors shop. Be sure to ask what it's worth, not what he wiill give you.
  5. It's from 1970. Ted Koy only played that season in Oakland, Mike Eischeid (first pic) left Oakland in 1971, and prior to 1970, Oakland was in the AFL, not the NFL. Cool ball! Roster:
  6. awesome. I'm jealous lol
  7. Love it! Ski U Mah!
  8. Very cool, love the colors. I have the 1974-75 set.
  9. i have this one too
  10. I have this exact one, except mine is white with purple. Same red eyes though.
  11. Yes there is.
  12. Love it! Lincolns around this era always remind me of looney tunes lol
  13. Not sure of price, I would be interested too.
  14. This is incredible.
  15. I am pretty sure they 65 mean 1965. My parents have one with a 73 on it that they say corresponds to that year because they got it in the town they lived in that year.
  16. Any card shop, or you could post them here.
  17. My great uncle was a tailgunner in WWII. He was shot down over England. before he went up in his first mission he had his wings welded to a bracelet and had his little brother's (my grandfather's) nam...
  18. May I ask where you are located? I may have some items to add to your collection at some point in the near future.
  19. You could pass it off as an alien skull :P
  20. My dad's all time favorite baseball player
  21. Re-reading your description, is this the whole booklet? It looked detached. If it is whole, I would say between $20 and $30, MAYBE a little more for a Michigan collector.
  22. 1889. The set is called "N79-Histories of Poor Boys and Other Famous People ". From what I have found, this was the front and back of a sixteen page booklet. I believe the brown rust colored area is a...
  23. Ive been terrified of Charlie and dummies like him since I was little and watched that Twilight Zone episode. Very cool though!
  24. This is amazing! I wish I had this much from my Civil War ancestors.
  25. Koufax was the man.
  26. Very cool! I love the 60 Topps set. I have the Herzog, Zimmer, Craig and Alou. Also have an Ernie Banks and a Brooks Robinson from the same set.
  27. the "bubble" was used to hold ice to cool down the liquid without watering it down.
  28. He wasn't the friendliest collector lol
  29. No idea, I don't even use it, just for display.
  30. It's not rare.
  31. Carl Erskine on the bottom.
  32. I just recently saw a pair just like these. Maybe I will pick them up, they were marked pretty cheap.
  33. love the tin also.
  35. Where do you live? Starting with local teams might be a good clue.
  36. Have you ever been to a comic book show? Price guides show the going rate for a given item. I have gotten, and paid priceguide values hundreds of times. I have watched people at these shows walk away ...
  37. Try the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. It's a little more precise and accurate than a random listing on eBay.
  38. I have over 350 issues. I don't know where you are getting your information but these two are worth several hundred dollars if they are in near mint condition.
  39. These are incredibly valuable.
  40. Very cool, and cool story! Also, Jerry, I have those cards.
  41. I believe I posted one of these of my great great great grandmother. Her's is from the 1880s.
  42. Happy Birthday!
  43. Thank you for your interest but it is not for sale. As I said above it is for my father. His father and many generations before that worked on the railroad, my father worked at the Harvey House as a y...
  44. Yeah it's crazy, I read somewhere that something like 3/5th of all casualties were from disease. Insane. It's a miracle things were accomplished with that much disease and sickness. Can you imagine tr...
  45. I did not, I am still not sure.
  46. My family has one very similar to this of a female relative, and I know another one existed of another relative, and was created for his funeral. Both of them were sketches of photographs. I think bac...
  47. Pop, your comment was just as uncalled for. The rest of them were misunderstandings, yours was just name calling.
  48. I would agree that the values would not be very should try an antique mall though. People that would buy them online would be newspaper collectors, who collect very siginificant events or ...
  49. amazing.
  50. The first one he is actually the oldest. It was after he came home...still only 20. The second photo he was probably 17...the last one he was most likely 19.
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