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I picked these up recently




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Nice scans and great cards. If I ever get a scanner I'll put all my Bond autos here, although I assume most everyone has seen them already in one form or another.
 
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12 to go.
Bought the John Rhys-Davies A80 from THE COMPLETE JAMES BOND at a card show.
I still need the same card WITHOUT the underline though.


"without the underline"???
 
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Ooooh you've got him worried now. Big Grin

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On some of the cards he underlined his name, on the rest he did not underline his name. Just like Cliff Robertson on The Complete Twilight Zone cards, although Cliff also used two different color inkpens or markers.
 
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On some of the cards he underlined his name, on the rest he did not underline his name. Just like Cliff Robertson on The Complete Twilight Zone cards, although Cliff also used two different color inkpens or markers.


WOW. No offence but you are taking OCD collecting to new heights!

What difference does an underscore make?

What if the signer signs their name in two lines on some cards but all in one line on others? Is that a variant to chase even if the signature itself is exactly the same?

As you are a variant collector, are you aware of the Maud Adams WA10 auto was also done in black?
 
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I was not aware of the black ink Maud Adams card. Thanks for the info.
It really makes no difference how the card is signed, but I like collecting the variants.
And Earl Holliman did sign his name straight across and also first name above surname in The Complete Twilight Zone set. I have both versions!
 
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As you are a variant collector, are you aware of the Maud Adams WA10 auto was also done in black?


So did Jill St John WA1.

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As you are a variant collector, are you aware of the Maud Adams WA10 auto was also done in black?


So did Jill St John WA1.


+ Patrick Macnee & Goldie.

...we're not helping cardaddict one bit you know. Wink
 
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Wow - You guys have me completely blown away! At last count, I currently only have 119 of the autos. But I finally tracked down the last binder I needed Big Grin There is one more that I know of, that was marketed in the 1960's as a school binder. Only saw it once and it went for more than I could spend at the time...

 
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As you are a variant collector, are you aware of the Maud Adams WA10 auto was also done in black?


So did Jill St John WA1.


+ Patrick Macnee & Goldie.

...we're not helping cardaddict one bit you know. Wink


I don't think anyone has mentioned the Joe Don Baker variants either. There are at least 3 versions of A2 ("Good Luck", "Best Wishes" and "All the Best") and I think he used all 3 on A98 and the Full Bleed as well.
 
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Nice binders. The only one I don't have is the one on the far left. What set is that from?

Thank the ruler of the known universe(s) I already have the Macnee and Goldie variants!

And will someone please take the black ink pens away from the Bond actors? Please??
 
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Well I need a bond box to open so i broke down and ordered a 40th anniversey should be here friday wish me luck christopher lee richard kiel

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Nice binders. The only one I don't have is the one on the far left. What set is that from?


Hi Cardaddict,

This set is the James Bond 007 Series 1 and 2 from Eclipse - 1993
They made 2 series and created one binder.

I still need this binder in my collection.
 
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Nice binders. The only one I don't have is the one on the far left. What set is that from?


Hi Cardaddict,

This set is the James Bond 007 Series 1 and 2 from Eclipse - 1993
They made 2 series and created one binder.

I still need this binder in my collection.


That's the one. I found mine at the Philly show last spring. Did a double-take that it was there, then a triple-take at how low the price was. Dance Now I just have the problem that my Shelf O' Bond is full and there's another set coming in May...
 
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Nice binders Jazzer. In case you did not know the Goldeneye binder is by far the most valuable and rarest of those you have.

I think only 200 were made and it currently sells for about £250. How many dollars is that?

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Nice, i wish i had 6 instead of 1. Big Grin

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Graffiti (Inkworks) only made 200 GOLDENEYE binders? I didn't know that. How many did they make of their other Bond binders?
 
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Graffiti (Inkworks) only made 200 GOLDENEYE binders? I didn't know that. How many did they make of their other Bond binders?


GoldenEye binders are as rare as rocking horse ****. Still can't believe that crafty sod (aka wolfie) got one for nothing!

As for others, I once asked Inkworks but they were unwilling to disclose specific numbers. As a guess I'd say 500-ish would be a fair estimate based on the fact that there are never that many on the market. Probably a few more for Connoisseur (given it was for a three-volume set and available for the full run).

Jazzer - even without seeing what is inside them you've got a very nice collection of binders there. Forget GoldenEye, getting the Eclipse binder is no easy feat. I've seen maybe a dozen at most in the last ten years. Thumb Up

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GoldenEye binders are as rare as rocking horse ****. Still can't believe that crafty sod (aka wolfie) got one for nothing!




My god you have got a good memory, that was many years ago.

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