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  1. *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    I thought the same exact thing.....
  2. *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    He drove halfway across Ohio to get the jersey, then flew to Vegas the next day with the intention to go Game 5 (if necessary) and find a way to get Dylan the jersey. Since there was no Game 5, a contact who saw this got in touch with the Vegas equipment manager and the jersey got to Dylan. It was great to see but the whole thing kind of had a Lloyd Christmas vibe to it. That and he must have an understanding wife for sure!
  3. It arrived today v. 8.0

    You're welcome! I think the way that you (and others) choose to buy GI's and the like from MeiGray and re-customize them and/or create jerseys is really the smart way. Between the yearly sales, clearance section and blanks the collectors with an eye for accuracy and doing it right have a field day.
  4. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Those came out nice! Question for you. When you strip MeiGray jerseys and re-customize them, do you or does EPS strip the MeiGray authentication tag out (if there's one)? Or with the Prout, both the MeiGray tag and the Philly Express tag? Reason i am asking this is because this discussion pops up from time to time in the game worn community. When MeiGray jerseys are stripped and the Meigray tag or a customizer tag like Philly Express stays in jerseys, it puts the risk of the jerseys potentially being resold as game worns to people who do not know about the game worn hobby or MeiGray population reports to look up numbers. Someone like you who is honest and is a reputable seller/collector wouldn't do this of course, but when any one of those jerseys leaves your hands you never know what the next person will do with them or how they're going to represent them to make a buck.
  5. *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    Just make sure you aren't standing downwind :-)
  6. *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    I wouldn't let the admins of that group moderate a monkey poop fight at the zoo. It's their romper room and they helped create and nurture it.
  7. *Dumb Question Alert* Re: Facebook Groups

    I hope it doesn't stop anytime soon. I haven't gotten a minute's worth of work in today and i am loving it!
  8. Collecting Your Least Favorite Team

    No Rangers or Flyers game worns in the collection and can't see any being added, either. There have been Rangers/Flyers jerseys come available of some players that are insanely difficult to find as Devils (and much more reasonable in price) but buying those jerseys just wasn't practical enough to hang on a rack full of Devils just to say you have that player.
  9. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Thanks. We've owned a handful of these Devils red/green pre-seasons, they can be nice finds. I was hoping my response would provide information and insight and come across as informative about what we know. Hopefully, it would help someone read and understand who didn't know much about these jerseys, especially a non-GW collector. I wanted to use the knowledge we have of the topic on display, use specific examples and let the member draw his conclusion to buy the Shane Calder on the main board.
  10. It arrived today v. 8.0

    When buying these jerseys, be aware of peeling of the customization and crest as they are all ironed on. It's tough to find them all intact, so expect some peeling, cracking or missing pieces. If you can find one completely intact with minimal customization issues it's a nice find. The jerseys are also all letter sized, not number sized. Some will come with MeiGray LOA and others won't, but there's no reason to think there are any authentication issues as the jerseys tend to speak for themselves. Most, if not all, are recycled and you can find some real gems if you know the rosters and players. We once had a Dave Barr that was a recycled Brendan Shanahan. As far as pricing, it can vary by player, of course. The Calder on the main board is a bit high, IMO. We just sold one of these jerseys not too long ago of a better player for $75 or so less and it had great wear and repairs and just a few customization issues. Think the autograph on it took some $ away, but it still sold undervalued. These are cool jerseys to own and you can never go wrong with red and green.
  11. It arrived today v. 8.0

    That one was easy enough, but i try not to make it a habit
  12. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Really happy with this one as we now have at least one jersey from each Devils retirement night that is photo matched. It's going to be awhile for the next retirement night lol. Love that shot of the MeiGray tag.
  13. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Then you don't want to ever collect game used/worn equipment......lol.
  14. It arrived today v. 8.0

    I am hoping my Elias Night Grabner is spared from odor, but i heard from a Ranger collector that Grabner sweats a ton (just grand....). Been pretty lucky not to get very many of these specialty jerseys that linger over the years. The worst was probably Pandolfo's 2010 Retro that went unwashed and sat in the MG warehouse for about 7 months until they were sold. It also had a Gatorade stain on the lower front hem that turned a shade similar to a pee stain lol. That came out with a spot wash, luckily.
  15. eBay version 4.0

    LOL. Was half expecting "Patrik" to have been spelled "Patrick" on the Devils tags.