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Topic: Special cups in the chps and balls museum
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Feb 16, 2006 10:45AM)
Rather than post this in Ever so Sleightly, I feel it is more appropriate here.

I have recently acquired cups that belonged to Gazzo. They are in the cups and balls museum, in the Jumbo cups section. Go to http://www.cupsandballsmuseum.com and head over to the jumbo cups page that is best for your connection.
Message: Posted by: Jim Wilder (Feb 16, 2006 11:14AM)
Oh yes, I do think I was told about those cups! I do believe those are cups that he sold to a guy along with his vest and a table some years ago.... the guy was a collector, I think in Europe.

That is a nice addition to have in the museum Bill.
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Feb 16, 2006 11:41AM)
Thanks, Jim. Those are the very same cups. He sold his table and his pouch along with the cups. The fellow was in England.

Gazzo verified the cups last night.
Message: Posted by: Mario Morris (Feb 16, 2006 12:30PM)
Hi Bill
I have put a link to your exerlent museum on Fat Hat Magic.
Mario
Message: Posted by: Joe Howard (Feb 16, 2006 07:51PM)
Great stuff as usual Bill. The museum keeps getting better and better.

Thanks for sharing it with everyone.

Joe H
Message: Posted by: flimnar (Feb 16, 2006 08:27PM)
Very interesting, Bill. I wonder if it was one of these cups that wound up at the bottom of a lake as described in Gazzo's book. Apparently you don't want to tick off the wrong person. Fortunately, a friend was able to retrieve it.

Thanks for sharing, Bill.

Flimnar
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Feb 16, 2006 09:22PM)
I believe that what happened was someone got ticked off and threw it out into the ocean. Then a diver rescued it. These cups have got HISTORY!!!!