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This sale is for a one Philadelphia Phillies, 1962 Bobbin Head Nodder and it's near mint. He has no cracks, no chips and very little scuffing anywhere. I'd be happy to put him in my collection also. He's better then my original 14 nodders and I took good care of them. Oh a by the way, the last collection I purchased had cotton balls inserted in all the heads. I liked that idea and started doing it to all mine. So if you see the white inside the head, understand that it's simply cotton to keep it from cracking or chipping. The DENVER SUPPLY Co was founded in 1915 and has always strived to be fair, as well as helpful and friendly. Thank you again for watching and please make the DENVER SUPPLY one of your favorite vendors so you can readily and frequently drop style="background-color: transparent; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: Arial; font-size: 18.66px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; orphans: 2; text-align: left; text-decoration: none; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; white-space: normal; word-spacing: 0px;">
PS...….If there's something in particular that you're looking for, please write me and if I have it, we'll talk or I can list if for you. I have a ton to sell.
One final thought, I guarantee and promise satisfaction with each and every item that we sell. So if you EVER buy ANYTHING from us, and decide in a day or two that it's not what you wanted, nor what you hoped, nor what you expected it to be, simply return it, in the same condition and in a timely manner, and I will issue a complete 100% refund. I have 14 nodders from when I was a child. Back then they were only a buck or two and my Mother would allow me to pick one out every time we went to the Ephrata Children's Boy Store for school clothing. I took painstaking care of these little guys even then. I gently stuffed newspaper in all of their heads to keep them from chipping or cracking. So each and everyone of these guys turned out negative on my black light test. Then, I purchased numerous nodders off an sale house, which sometimes identifies when a piece they're selling has been restored. Unfortunately they're not always upfront on condition so be careful if you buy from one and check them out closely as soon as they arrive. I have 2 black face Phillies. They both look beautiful, as advertised, but when subjected to your little black light test, BOOM, there it is. Without the aid of that black light, I couldn't tell which of my Black Faced Phillies had been restored. They are both beautiful, and shiney, and mint, and have vibrant colors. But when the black light hits it, there are your spots of color that someone painted on. And you know what? That's fine. They belong to you. You may certainly fix them up, paint them up, cover up a nick, scratch, pin hole, whatever, to your own choosing and preference. Feel free to do whatever you like. But the problem now lies, if and when you should decide to sell them. Because now you have an obligation to at least share this. Now they've been restored and this is going to help sell it for some people because they'll look gorgeous, but they won't bring as much money. Maybe half price after they've been restored? But if they had flaws to start with, that's about what they would've brought on the market anyway. I don't mind owning and displaying mint nodders in my personal collection that have been professionally restored. Don't mind it one little bit and the money you save vs buying the completely mint ones is HUGE. Yes the MINT ones are very expensive, I don't deny that, but they're nearly 60 years old, made out of paper mache impossible to find in that condition. The MINT ones that I have listed are truly MINT, so when I tell you that it's mint, it's mint. I'll also let you know when I'm listing one that's been restored or repainted. Regardless, get yourself a black light please, you'll be an expert in no time and you'll be glad that you did. A 30 Watt Black Light can be purchased on Amazon for $30.00 and it's more then big enough. I would never ever be without mine again. They even sell blacklight flashlights. They're not big enough for at home but it you're going to a card show and thinking about buying a bobbin head or two, stick it in your pocket and sneak a quick look before paying for a nodder from a man you'll never see again. If you're a nodder collector, this is an absolute must for your own satisfaction as well as protection. It's simply too easy. I try to list several items each and everyday so please keep stopping by and checking in. I have hundreds and hundreds to sell. Thanks again and keep in touch...……………..Barry