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The Baku 1961 Soviet Championship Set

  • #41
    IpswichMatt wrote:

     I see, thanks Chuck, think I may try something similar

    Good luck. Tungsten putty is another idea, if you can get a decent quality for a decent price. It's pretty expensive and there are, I understand, quality control issues.

  • #42
    cgrau wrote:
     

     

    Those clocks are the biggest I’ve ever seen lmao

  • #43
    bvila19 wrote:
    cgrau wrote:
     

     

    Those clocks are the biggest I’ve ever seen lmao

    The light one is a large as they come. 

  • #44

    How do you find all your sets?

     

  • #45
    BrianErdelyi wrote:

    How do you find all your sets?

     

    Hi Brian! I search for them every day on Etsy and Ebay. Sometimes people forward links to me. Sometimes I see stuff here or in the Facebook collectors groups. With respect to the Soviet sets, I've always used Arlindo's video as a guideline. What I think is historically significant, and can't find, I consider doing the research and approaching someone to consider making a reproduction.

  • #46

    cool set! is that a young gipslis in that one photo? he's kind of a personal soviet favorite.

  • #47

     Many thanks! I believe that it is.

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