Friday Scouting Hot Finds Newsletter October 2, 2015

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I went by today to pay what will probably be my last month’s rent at my Lumberton antique mall booth. I anticipate pulling the stuff by the end of October. Until then I’ve got a 50% off sale trying to clean the shelves a bit. Now that I’m teaching school again I simply don’t have the time needed to devote to stocking shelves and giving this proper attention.

There are any number of great picks in this block including the Area 12a Conference patch that is over $400. That tops out the nice Beaver Caldwell pin that probably has a ton of watchers. I’m also keeping an eye on that nice square MB sash.

I’ve got a lot of reference books for the hobby but I don’t know if I’ve got a Wab book. The one pictured here is a repro but it’s still going for nearly $50 so I guess I’m not the only person that likes having a well stocked shelf of these classics.

The Wide-Crimped sash pictured below is a great example of why it’s so hard to complete a collection of these rare late 1930s era style. You typically see the same dozen or so MBs on most sashes and the elusive ones never come around.

This week my 25% sale in my eBay store is on District Activity pps. I’ve got over 800 of these over on Patchblanket.com. As you can see by these links I’ve also got a nice collection of OA conclaves.

 

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