My collections *spam version*

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  1. Hyorinmaru

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    Because I want a place I can just post pictures of all my collections without having to be arsed to make a non-spam post about them all.

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    Magic The Gathering Trading Cards
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  3. Find'er Woo'er Ryder

    Find'er Woo'er Ryder :( lost ma Mayhem Title

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    Those binders you have your cards in make me cringe. They damage the cards rather than protect them in most cases and I usually buy anything in those moderate play. Speaking of MTG, where do you get your cards from?
     
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    It's either the binders or I throw them all in a box. I don't have room for them any other way.

    If I don't have any desire to drive into Salem I use Amazon. If I am in town there's a couple card shops but for the life of me I can't remember their names.

    Edit: One is called Borderlands but the one me and my wife like going to is called Wild Things
     
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  5. Find'er Woo'er Ryder

    Find'er Woo'er Ryder :( lost ma Mayhem Title

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    I sell these binders that are side loaders. Makes it where the cards doing fall out or become damaged as they doing get moisture in them like those do.
     
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    How much and can I buy them online? i don't think you're within Driving distance. Unless you live in Marion County, OR
     
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    Find'er Woo'er Ryder :( lost ma Mayhem Title

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    No, my shops is in NC. Sadly, I don't sell the binders online. Just singles. Not sure if I can post my website here without it considered advertising.
     
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    A few should accidentally fall off the truck and land here in Oregon.
     
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    The only one left for me to get is Flashpoint. It should be here soon. The 19th at the latest.
     
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    Unless you have more of the memorabilia or comics that you do not have pictured you might want to hold off from calling them your collections of them, especially to the types that consider themselves collectors of them.
     
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    Every collection starts somewhere.

    This is just the start. I will be adding to them as I can.
     
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    I get that and I'm not even trying to get on you like in the past. It's just you are dealing with items that in general people that collect them are quite avid and also are very pretentious, and what you are showing off is what you could easily get in a quick single shopping trip on a whim.

    I wouldn't buy a few prints and call myself an art collector right off the bat, and that is how some could view this. Good luck on continuing the hobby though, I'm sure it could go well with the antique books.
     
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    I'm not sure if this will become another collection but I wanted to share this anyway. I found this at Goodwill today for $2.

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    2 more Batman pieces.

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    I should be getting Flashpoint tomorrow to add to my G.N. collection
     
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    Figured I'd update this. I've added quite a bit since last time.

    Updates 10-20-17

    1) Gulliver's Travels by Johnathan Swift: 1866-1920 (96-150 years old)

    2) The High King by Lloyd Alexander: 1968 (48 years old)

    3&4) Brothers Grimm/Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales 2 book set: 1935 (81 years old)

    5) The Magic of Xanth 3 book collection: 1979 (37 years old)

    6) The Last Apostle by Mother Mary Eleanor: 1956 (60 years old)

    7) Green Margins by E.P. O'Donnell: 1936 (80 years old)

    8) The Chain by Paul I. Wellman: 1949 (67 years old)

    9) Arch of Triumph by Erich Maria Remarque 1945 (71 years old)

    10) Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi: 1932 (84 years old)

    11) Hoyle's Complete & Authoritative Book of Games signed by Edmund Hoyle: 1940 (76 years old)

    12) By Order of the King by Victor Hugo: 1920-1925 (91-96 years old)

    13) The Crystal Cave by Mary Stewart: 1970 (46 years old)

    14) Starting Over by Dan Wakefield: 1972 (44 years old)

    15) Avalon by Anya Seton: 1965 (51 years old)

    16) Eight great comedies by various authors: 1961 (55 years old)

    17) No dust in the attic by Anthony Gilbert: 1963 (53 years old)

    18) Magnificent destiny by Paul I. Wellman: 1952 (64 years old)

    19) Black Beauty by Anna Sewell: 1910 (106 years old)

    20) An evening with Longfellow by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: 1927 (89 years old)

    21) Black Rock by Ralph Connor [Misprint?] 1923 (93 years old)

    22) Swinton's Language Primer Beginners Lesson in Speaking and Writing English: 1890 (126 years old)

    23) The Unicorn & Other Poems by Anne Morrow Lindbergh: 1972 (44 years old)

    24) Liquor and Anti-liquor in Virginia, 1619-1919 by C.C. Pearson & J. Edwin Hendricks: 1967 (49 years old)

    25) Beautiful Joe (Modern Abridged Version) by Marshall Saunders: 1965 (51 years old)

    26) Ripley's Big Book Believe it or Not! by Robert Ripley: 1934 (82 years old)

    27) The Three Brothers by Eden Phillpotts: 1909 (107 years old)

    28) The Good Housekeeping Needlecraft Encyclopedia Edited by Alice Carroll: 1947 (69 years old)

    29) 1st Edition copy of Lady Jane by Mrs. C.V. Jamison: 1909 (107 years old)

    30) St. Peter's Guild Cookbook by various people: 1924 (92 years old)

    31) Le Comédie Humaine Scenes from a Courtesan's life & The Government Clerks part 2 of 2 by Honoré de Balzac: 1901 (115 years old)

    32) I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou: 1969 (48 years old)

    33) The Kingdom Interlinear Translation Of The Greek Scriptures: 1969 (48 years old)

    34) Holy Bible W/Concordance Authorized King James Version (best guess is over 46 years old. Probably closer to 77 years old give or take a half dozen years.)

    35) The Complete Book Of Sewing by Constance Talbot: 1943 (74 years old)

    36) Five Little Peppers & How They Grew by Margaret Sidney: 1948 (69 years old)

    37) An Evening With Longfellow by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: 1927 (90 years old)

    38) A Hostage For Hinterlands by Arsen Darnay: 1976 (41 years old)

    39) Pebble In The Sky by Issac Asimov: 1950 (67 years old)

    40) Best Quotations For All Occasions Arranged and Edited by Lewis C. Henry: 1948 (69 years old)

    41) The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis: 1974 (43 years old)

    42) The Screw Tape Letters by C.S. Lewis: 1961 (56 years old)

    43) Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis: 1960 (57 years old)

    44) Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis: 1956 (61 years old)

    45) Out Of The Silent Planet [Book 1 of 3] by C.S. Lewis: 1938 (79 years old)

    46) Perelandra [Book 2 of 3] by C.S. Lewis: 1944 (73 years old)

    47) That Hideous Strength [Book 3 of 3] by C.S. Lewis: 1946 (71 years old)
     
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