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Bought a box from the NEC Toy Fair this morning as well as a sell sheet.

No sketch

Jack Donner as Subcommander Tal

Joanne Linville as Romulan Commander (Limited) Smile

Pleased with both of these as I dont have Jack Donner's autograph and Joanne Linville's auto is a Limited. Shame no sketch !

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I had to laugh. I posted earler i had trouble getting a particular sketchcard? Had half a case left over from box and binder sales---opened 'em last night..wanna guess what one I got two of?! Which just goes to show, it's alll about the X factor Wink

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I've opened 7 more boxes since my last post. Got two more Grace Lee Whitney autos Roll Eyes and the Sulu auto. The only other thing notable was 5 sketches out of 7 boxes Dance, bringing me to a total of 9 sketches in 12 boxes Dance Dance!
Anyone looking to trade another limited auto for one of my extra Graces drop me a line.

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Posts: 372 | Location: Memphis, TN USA | Registered: November 08, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Opened another box today.

Kathryn Hays as Gem (Limited) 2nd I've pulled.
William O'Connell as Thelev

Sketch The Corbomite Maneuver by Patrick Hamill
(Nice sketck of the puppet)

So in 3 boxes:-

3 limited auto's (one twice)
3 unlimited auto's (no duplicates) and 2 sketches.

All in all not too bad. Smile

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Forth box.

Sketch, The Cage by Patrick Hamill (This is really great) Bouncey Clap Bouncey

William Windom as Commodore Decker (Limited) Smile
Michael Dante as Maab

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Originally posted by Andrew David:
Forth box.

Sketch, The Cage by Patrick Hamill (This is really great) Bouncey Clap Bouncey


I had the great pleasure of seeing Patrick's workbook for these cards at Memorabilia - Great sketches Thumb Up
 
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Very true, I think of all the sketches I could have pulled this is the one I really wanted, athough Balok's puppet is nice too (By Patrick Hamill as well).

From 4 boxes I've pulled 3 sketches and a Limited auto in each box. Not bad. No sign of a Very Limited but pleased enough with what I got as I have only Joanne Linville from previous sets, etc. Smile

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congrats on getting The Cage sketch.That's one of my favs posted at RA's site.
And Patrick was my fav artists work for the set Thumb Up

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If you would like to view my want/have lists,then go to my trading site at the following.
SpiderGoblins Trading Site

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Hi all, just got back from the card show and got my box of these finally. And it was a FANTASTIC BOX!

Got a cool sketch card of "The Menagerie" by Sean Pence

a Gary Lockwood autograph (super cool, wanted one of him for awhile now) and.....

Joan Collins autograph!!! Elephant Bouncey Dance

I was thinking how amazing it would be to get a limited auto of anyone, let alone one of the ones I wanted the most. Here are scans of autos and sketch. Very pleased and happy that I splurged on it!



Part of my permanent collection. Also opened a box of John Wayne and will post on that thread.

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Congrats on the inserts you pulled,esp Collins Clap

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If you would like to view my want/have lists,then go to my trading site at the following.
SpiderGoblins Trading Site

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Alice Cooper
 
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Wow, that Nimoy card is amazing!

Mirror, Mirror was one of my alltime favorite episodes of Star Trek (my favorite is "Spectre of the Gun"). I like the canvas type card stock of the base cards and the animated look of the autograph cards. Will probably buy some auto singles and a few insert singles. The insert sets are so big, I don't think I will try to get a master set of them.

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Nice pulls folks ! Smile

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Well done Thumb Up
 
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I"m curious..the thread begins with complaints about not getting good cards and ends with some really nice pulls found in one box....I also see RA got the blame for the bad and SANTA (sorry Kennywood! Not picking on you specifically) got the credit for the good pulls. Now, play fair and thank the good Rittnehouse people Wink

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I am always pleased with Rittenhouse, even if I don't get the big pulls. This box was fantastic for me as I could only afford to get one box total of this. I read about the case breaks that don't do as well as the buyer might hope for and am thankful that my little purchase worked out. I actually sent Rittenhouse a thank you email the same day I opened this box! Big Grin

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I think it's cool when one of my clients ubys one box and gets a pull. It keeps the magical aspect alive Smile

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Finally got a box! #2800.

Sherry Jackson auto as Andrea- Smile

Walter Koenig auto as Chekov- Big Grin

My sketch card



Isn't that cute! Thumb Up

Smokin'

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Great pulls Thumb Up

and I Luv You the white rabbit sketch

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The white rabbit from Shore Leave sketch is cool. As a matter of fact, I just received that same sketch today in the mail from a lot I bought on ebay. A neat sketch of one of my top five ST episodes! Thumb Up

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Well not sure about everybody else, all I know is that I bought two boxes and didn't get a complete set. Use to get 3 complete sets when Impel and Skybox was doing the printing but not this time. Barely got 2 semi complete bases sets, not to thrilled about the breakdown. Did enjoy the cards though.
 
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