I don't mind at all. I love showing these off. It is hard to find clear photos of a lot of the pins online or so I found. It isn't enough to carry and use a great knife or even collect them. I also love collecting things like the pins.KnickKnackCity wrote: ↑Wed Sep 19, 2018 7:23 amThanks Sal. Very cool and unique marketing concept.
Mini2white, would you mind posting a close up pic of the Byrd dino pin? It was fun last night digging into the forum history on these, but I couldn't get a clear image of this one specifically. Fingers crossed your gold bug finds you soon!
KnickKnackCity wrote: ↑Wed Sep 19, 2018 3:11 pmThanks for the great shot M2w. I'm pretty sure I speak for everyone when I say that you would be a welcome curator for the pins. It would be great to have close up shots of every pin, information on them (model/variant sku, date released, event(s) they were given out at, production info, anything really) and a shot with their full-sized counterpart for comparison. Not to task you too much, but I have a feeling you wouldn't mind Like I said it was fun tracking down what I could, but as you noted, there is a ton of missing in-depth documentation on these. It would be great to have it all in one place for future refrence (SpydiePinWiki if you will.)
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