My Curio Cabinet

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67stingray
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Re: My Curio Cabinet

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Very nice collection and great display, my items are scattered everywhere and are a long way from yours. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: My Curio Cabinet

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Excellent gathering! SR sure did produce tons of logoware!

I once thought Ruger belt buckles would make a good little collection - thirty variants later I keep learning there's more!!!
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Re: My Curio Cabinet

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Mohavesam, you're dead on as it seems the memorabilia list is never-ending! I have curtailed some of my intentional hoarding of it by only intentionally seeking items produced before the hard R logo change.

Perhaps, we should make a buckle thread and see just how many variations we can come up with!
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Re: My Curio Cabinet

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Both your methods and the buckle catalog are great!
I'd paredown my buckle collection to only those showing a TM symbol myself!
I guess any caster can throw a noncommissioned design and call it valuable?

I stopped my S&W collecting due to seeing so many nonofficial items.
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