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dlitwin, what is the ball puzzle, front left? Also, what is the leftmost puzzle can? Thanks!

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Also, what is the left most puzzle can? Thanks!


Thats a Sonic can

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The good Dr. stopped selling puzzles a few years ago. I searched and tracked down an old email and was surprised to hear back from him. This was at least 3 years ago. (I can check my records on Monday). I purchased his last 4 5x5x5 puzzles. He had just sold about 200 to another person. This person then sold them 1 at a time on ebay over a 3 year period. This was before Meffert's 5x5x5's were popping up on ebay. I think he had a couple of ebay id's but one of them was 5x5x5. Christoph told me he was done with puzzles and had sold all of his extras except for what he was keeping. All I could get from him was the 5x5x5's. :( 5 years ago when I started actively collecting I could have gotten so much for a great price, had I known where to look.

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The good Dr. stopped selling puzzles a few years ago. I searched and tracked down an old email and was surprised to hear back from him. This was at least 3 years ago. (I can check my records on Monday). I purchased his last 4 5x5x5 puzzles. He had just sold about 200 to another person. This person then sold them 1 at a time on ebay over a 3 year period. This was before Meffert's 5x5x5's were popping up on ebay. I think he had a couple of ebay id's but one of them was 5x5x5. Christoph told me he was done with puzzles and had sold all of his extras except for what he was keeping. All I could get from him was the 5x5x5's. :( 5 years ago when I started actively collecting I could have gotten so much for a great price, had I known where to look.

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Aleksey wrote:
dlitwin, what is the ball puzzle, front left? Also, what is the leftmost puzzle can? Thanks!


I picked up the Sonic can in Tokyo in the mid 1990s.

The ball is a standard puzzle ball skewb I picked up at the San Francisco Sanrio store around the same time. It wasn't for sale, but was an item in their shelf that could be redeemed by buying enough Hello Kitty items. Every $5 got you a stamp on a card, 10 stamps to a card ($50) and this was a 5 card item ($250). I don't suspect there were many young girls who's parents spent $250 at the store who would have interest in such an item, and so I asked for the manager and was able to convince them to let it go for $20. Here are some picts:

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Dave, thank you. It's beautiful! 8-) I suspected that it's a skewb that I never saw before!

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Wow, I checked my records today and it was August 2000 that I contacted Dr.Chistoph Bandelow. He had just sold almost all of his 5x5x5 cubes and sold me his remaining 4 cubes. He said he had ended his puzzle business a few months earlier.

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Did he stop because he wasn't making enough money?

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He stopped because he found that he had other interests in life


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Are there any other people like him who still sells puzzles (I doubt it but if
there were anyone I bet the person won't tell his source)?

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update pics of my collection

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You've got some great stuff there, juanan!


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Did you get most of your stuff from ebay? if not did you get it from garage
sales, other puzzlers, or puzzle shops?

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ebay, puzzle shops, and friends

for rare things ebay is the best

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Puzzles that I find worthy enough to be in 'the collection'.

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My own builds. As of February 2007. There are more in the making.

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'Unworthy' puzzles, extras and junk that eventually need to be modified into homemade puzzles.

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Here's a picture of my small collection.

As you can see in the middle one of my favorite puzzles made by Pantazis... Secret of the Phallus, and the two puzzle balls.


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sexualRubiks wrote:
Here's a picture of my small collection.


You're listing in the member's collection is way bigger. Did you trade away all of that stuff?


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sexualRubiks wrote:
Here's a picture of my small collection.

As you can see in the middle one of my favorite puzzles made by Pantazis... Secret of the Phallus, and the two puzzle balls.



LOL that is an extremely naughty photo there Shawn. I had some brilliant feedback from many collectors for the Secret of Atlantis and I am glad you like it too. Afterall, it is my favourite magic puzzle and this is why it will compete at the IPP 27 this August! ;)

With my newer tools, even the quality of the paper tiles and stringing, is much much better than those crappy custom 8-tile magics I send you in a hurry last July (there was world cup on!!!)

And I can also see you have finished the three layer SpongeBob!!! :P
Tell us more about its contruction!



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ha ha!!! I was just having some fun with you Pantazis!!!!

Thought you would like that.

here is my REAL collection. As you can see I took apart a lot of puzzles for that photo.

Here are some of my other puzzles too!


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If anyone sees something they are interested in let me know!!!!

Except for my secret of the Phallus of course!! :lol: :lol:

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As expected, your collection is really wonderful! ;)

But you still have not told us the story regarding the construction of the 3-layer Sponge Bob!!!
(and I wonder what would the *other* solving state of an actual Secret of Phallus would be LOL)




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Yes pantazis, the problem with this puzzle is that even though I play with it, it doesn't get any bigger. Certainly not very realistic!!! LOL

Blogon

The first photos I was only joking around, by putting some puzzles taken apart up there!!

The 3 layer spongebob is sort of a corners missing link. I would have loved to make it where it flips in the center like a square-1. Then of course I would have to paint the pants on it so that the pieces can only be orientated in one direction as a correct solve.

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Man love your collection!!!! Would you happen to know the name of the puzzle that is wood and has red rings in the top shelf on the right side thats in the first picture? I love that puzzle a lot. I'd make it a home decor piece. PM me if you want.


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dutch rings!!

Its REALLLY cool! It was a bit flimsy but I made it very strong with some gorilla glue. You have to maneuver the string around and off the puzzle.

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dutch rings!!.


I think I have one some where but I just love how it looks also want a new one. Thank you very much for the name. I know I got mine from bits and pieces years ago.


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so you have been collecting for years then?

I started a year and a half ago. I went nuts with it. Kinda like Mr. poopoohead did. LOL

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sexualRubiks wrote:
dutch rings!!


How offen have you seen these on ebay? Never? Sometimes?
Rarely?

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so you have been collecting for years then?

I started a year and a half ago. I went nuts with it. Kinda like Mr. poopoohead did. LOL


I think I started in the 80's with Xmas gifts and it grew now and then.


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I bought this one on Ebay. I think it would be a fairly easy puzzle to reproduce.

you can readily purchase the dowels at a craft store.

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sexualRubiks wrote:
dutch rings!!


Does it go by any other names as well on ebay?

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. I think it would be a fairly easy puzzle to reproduce.
you can readily purchase the dowels at a craft store.


I would know mine would look like a piece of $hit and that is why I want the original one. I love the design of puzzle a lot.

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How offen have you seen these on ebay? Never? Sometimes?
Rarely?



I don't think you answered my question yet.


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I would sell you mine if you wanted it. No problemo!

Just let me know

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sexualRubiks wrote:
I would sell you mine if you wanted it. No problemo!

Just let me know


I'll PM you about it.


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Since it was either Revive this topic, or start a new one, I've decided to post this here.

http://rapidshare.com/files/31725308/Co ... 7.wmv.html

It's my collection a couple days ago.

Yes, I know I didn't say a few puzzles that are there.


And BTW, the 3x3 with a rubber band and an instruction manuel is a 4th dimension.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V37HoX1wwlI

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here's mine

I'll have to post a better picture later on when i have time.


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@NoahH - I like how it is a video instead of multiple pictures or just a single picture.

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Here's my collection, kind of crammed into my shelf. I don't have the room to display it properly, so in this picture you won't be able to see everything, cause some puzzles are on top of others.


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DUDE!!! :o :shock: :o :shock: i only have 12 puzzles in all and thats including two mods that i'm building :D :) :( :o :shock: :? 8-) :lol: :x :P :oops: :cry: :evil: :twisted: :roll: :wink: :!: :?: :idea: :arrow:

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Could you stop using so many emoticons, please? You don't have to use all of them... Do you do that during conversation, just start randomly gesturing and making faces after you say something?

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WHERE DOES EVERYONE GET THESE CHEEZIN DINO CUBES??? I was GONNA get one for my birthday on sept 15 but when I saw the price for one I was like,"HOLY CHEEZAMOLY, IS THAT REALLY NECESSARY???" I'm also saving up for Rubik's Cheese, but i guess that'll never happen either... :cry:


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Where have you seen these puzzles?

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yea, the best way to get a Rubik's cheese and a Dino cube is to make one out of a UFO and a rainbow cube, respectively. And that's if you just want the puzzle. If you actually want the original real deal hten yea, you gotta wait for an auction and then put down the $$$.

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I just saw this thread now, and figured I'd throw my two cents in here too. I'm not much one for collecting things, so the bulk of my "collection" is just things waiting to be turned into other things. However, I thought I'd put this up to see if anyone has a solution to the one in the back row--i got ZERO idea how to solve that one :)


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im eating a ho-ho!!!!! im gonna make a wierd pyramorphix mod cuz im bored. my collection: 2 Rubik's Cubes, a Rubik's Revenge, a Square-1, and a cheapo ripoff Square-1 that i got off of eBay that says m-f-8 on the side but it's really well lubed and has awesome stickers and overall it's better than original and is cool. don't i have an awesome collection? it's so cool and i have so many of them it's not even funny. :lol:


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the.drizzle, is that a chochododecahedron??? :shock:


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what the shmeeltzes is that codex thing??? so strange... so nasty... so reptillious... *barfs* :?:


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such a wise quote rick...

and what do you mean by sage? :shock:


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such a wise quote rick...

and what do you mean by sage? :shock:


we had a problem a while back with a sage spammer. He would post sage in any topic that he thought was unneccesary or after a post he thought was unnecessary. Unfortunately he got other people into saying "sage" every now and then.

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kirby, why you say sage?

could you please tell me what that codex thing is?


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