Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby slimpicks » Sun May 24, 2020 5:47 pm

amazing collection Scotty!
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Postby InternationalPopper » Tue May 26, 2020 10:53 pm

TJLAUTERBACH wrote:Just got an opportunity to look through your pictures again. Did realize you added more. That clock is truly unique and really cool. Lots of great pieces of fun!


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Postby FireEmblemZack » Wed May 27, 2020 10:58 pm

Awesome new additions Scotty! Love the soda goodness you added!
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Toys R Us Kid » Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:20 am

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I am curious which pieces didn't make the cut, leading them to the "let-go" pile. I'll have to skim the comments in case this was asked already but to think there was a lot more, incredible. Love the pics, Scotty.
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby digithor » Thu Jun 25, 2020 1:42 am

Toys R Us Kid wrote:
Scotty wrote:.


I am curious which pieces didn't make the cut, leading them to the "let-go" pile. I'll have to skim the comments in case this was asked already but to think there was a lot more, incredible. Love the pics, Scotty.


Part of me doesn't want to see that, probably still filled of old goodies I'd want also.
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Scotty » Thu Jun 25, 2020 3:06 pm

Toys R Us Kid wrote:
Scotty wrote:.


I am curious which pieces didn't make the cut, leading them to the "let-go" pile. I'll have to skim the comments in case this was asked already but to think there was a lot more, incredible. Love the pics, Scotty.


Jorge, the list is too long to write out--it was a LOT--roughly 200 seven-inch Wacky Wobblers ended up being pulled. I've sold a few, but eventually I'll have a pretty big sale (but no time soon).
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Toys R Us Kid » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:46 am

Scotty wrote:
Toys R Us Kid wrote:
Scotty wrote:.


I am curious which pieces didn't make the cut, leading them to the "let-go" pile. I'll have to skim the comments in case this was asked already but to think there was a lot more, incredible. Love the pics, Scotty.


Jorge, the list is too long to write out--it was a LOT--roughly 200 seven-inch Wacky Wobblers ended up being pulled. I've sold a few, but eventually I'll have a pretty big sale (but no time soon).


Oh no worries, I was only curious because I’m sure trimming is no easy task. For my it always consists of a lot of back and forth decisions in my head, and asking myself what each piece means to me. Luckily I’ve only had to slim the collection a few times, and not as many pieces. I’m sure it took some time to go through the filtering process for over 200 wobblers. But the ones you decide to keep are all great pieces of Funko history. I know I keep saying it but it truly is a beautiful collection.
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby Toys R Us Kid » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:48 am

digithor wrote:
Toys R Us Kid wrote:I am curious which pieces didn't make the cut, leading them to the "let-go" pile. I'll have to skim the comments in case this was asked already but to think there was a lot more, incredible. Love the pics, Scotty.


Part of me doesn't want to see that, probably still filled of old goodies I'd want also.


You make an excellent point. It’s a dangerous curiosity lol
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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby TK-421 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 1:56 pm

Amazing collection!

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Re: Trimming a Collection (aka Scotty's Collection)

Postby ladybugwobblepop » Fri Jul 03, 2020 4:04 am

So beautiful.
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