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Yeah, i'm about 3/4 the way through the fully functional 3x3x5, and am looking for another interesting build. They look good though, and i/ve always been a fan of that 5x5x3 :)

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hey i got some new puzzles so im posting a couple pics of my collection now
o yea come on guys keep them coming :D :D


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Nitro! You did the Skewb starburst thing I told you about. Easiest mod ever, huh? Hahaha.

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Here is my mediocre collection,

By the way, the second 4x4 is 2x3x3 in the making....
And my Magic has pieces missing so that isn't getting fixed :/


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I just expanded from 2 shelves to 4 (and they're already quite full). But I have plenty of growth along the footing shelf.


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my puzzles now in this web :wink:

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my puzzles now in this web :wink:

Juanan, the Pepsi can, is it a sliding puzzle or a 2x2x2?


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It´s a slidding puzzle

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What is thet small thing on the top left corner on the photo, right beside the magics?
Is it a miniature magic?

If so, where did you got it from?
Looks like it could be a pocket version to carry on trips etc. :P


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yes it is a minimagic

ask user rubikaz, for trade or sell.

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I have these minimagics (1/4 size of normal) for interchange or sell but I have them in Spain and I am not going to returnt to Spain till Christmas:

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my rubiks like puzzles


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Here's a recent photo.


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Mike,

Whats the puzzle in the box behind the Megaminx? It is in a box right behind it on the left side of the picture.

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Mike,

Whats the puzzle in the box behind the Megaminx? It is in a box right behind it on the left side of the picture.


a TURN 12 CUBE

http://people.freenet.de/fds-puzzle/TURN001-klein.jpg

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Mike,
Could you please post a larger photo of your Draken in a box?
Looks fantastic. Did you modify pyraminx's box as well?
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Hi,
I made some pictures of the Draken I won some time ago.
Here there are the small version pics.
OK, they are a little bit dark, but I think, Mike Grimsley's extraordinary work
can be seen anyway. The puzzle moves perfectly, a wonderful mod!

Thanks again to Michael!

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Great Box on the Draken, Great work Mike.

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I finally got pictures taken of the newest additions to my collection (except for the one that came today :) ) Now I just need to update my collection page. I hope to have it done in the next week or 2.

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Great Box on the Draken, Great work Mike.


Thanks! Frank keeps beating me with the photos. :wink:

These case mods are something I've been playing with a little. I don't have the technique perfected at all but I've learned alot and I think the next one will be better. I figured Frank might like it so I sent it with his puzzle, I also have one for myself. It's something different anyway.

I put the German translation of Draken as Drachen on one side.

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Here's my collection. All of the puzzles in the pic are silently paying tribute to the three that started it all for me back in the early '80s, my original Rubik's Cube, Rubik's Revenge, and Rubik's Pocket Cube. The only puzzles missing here are a broken Master Magic and the St. Louis Cardinals cube I got for Christmas. I'm hoping that the collection expands a little more in 2007 than it did this year - there's too many great puzzles out there to choose from!


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Ok here's my collection.


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juanan wrote:
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what is that dodecahedral puzzle to the far left on your first picture? :O the orange one


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it´s called mobius line

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[size=9]The Mobius Line is a challenge unlike any other puzzle you have seen before. It can be changed from one continuous line to many continuous loops by selectively turning each face (remember, you must use all the faces). Mobius' unique 12 sided shape adds to the complexity of this challenging puzzle.[/size
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what is that dodecahedral puzzle to the far left on your first picture? :O the orange one
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This is my little collection, with my new 4x4 at the back that just came today!


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Sure you've got enough Magic's? :D

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Sure you've got enough Magic's? :D


Since I can't see any of Pantazis's in his collection, probably "No."


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Finally got my collection page updated. Yikes, added just a few. Check out my other post for more details.

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here is mine bar a Master Magic that is now a Magic and spares.


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Here's mine (also found at the top of my page on the collector database). (low quality picture has been updated)
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Dave, is that a real Dino cube?

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Yes it is, as well as a real Christoph's Jewel on the shelf above, left side. And an original Fisher's cube behind it (bad pic, you can't see it).

I placed an order with Christoph Bandelow in perhaps 1993 and got all of these [Correction: the Dino I traded for my first Square-2 mod a few years later], as well as three Hungarian Supernova's, the domino, Magic Octahedron, and a few more for quite reasonable prices :) If only had thought to double my order.

The Dogic (and the one behind it that you can't see) are the original 12 color (no white). Sadly, I've never considered packaging important so it all went into the trash can years ago.

I've never collected with a sense of future resale value, but I suppose I should have. Oh well :)

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ditwin: that first picture looks amazing, they all look so well preserved!

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ditwin, awesome collection. I wish I had started collecting long before I did. Not just to have more of those rare puzzles, but just because it's a fun hobby and I never really had any hobbies as a kid. I wonder if any of the puzzles I buy at the store today will be worth a lot in 10 years.


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In 10 years some of the puzzles will cost a lot more I guss. Well here is my
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ditwin: that first picture looks amazing, they all look so well preserved!


I just got the shelf back up at work recently. They sat in two NorCal moving boxes for a over a year. How sad :(

I try to take care of them. Not really considering myself a speed cubist (althougth I did take a stab at competing recently) I am fairly easy on my puzzles. Some of them get some dust though, and playing with them helps with that :)

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ditwin, awesome collection. I wish I had started collecting long before I did. Not just to have more of those rare puzzles, but just because it's a fun hobby and I never really had any hobbies as a kid. I wonder if any of the puzzles I buy at the store today will be worth a lot in 10 years.


I was lucky to find a Christoph Bandelow professor cube in the early nineties with his contact info in the packaging. His 1991 catalog reads like a guide to would will be worth money to collectors in 10 years. I'll have to post some of the pages. All prices in DM (pre-Euro currency for those youngsters) with hand drawn pictures and descriptions.

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Here are some higher quality pictures of my collection. Better angles too.

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I like the 5 color alexander's star. I like the colection. Did you get most of
the puzzles off ebay?

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I like the 5 color alexander's star. I like the colection. Did you get most of
the puzzles off ebay?


It's actually the normal Alexander's star solved with groupings of five stickers together (three in one tri, two in one next to it). The sixth is white, and happens to be on the two edges normal to the view of the camera (in this case the up and down faces), so you can't see them. So the white I left on two opposite faces like the normal solution, but then put the rest grouped together. I think it looks a bit more logical than the true solution, where many people don't even realize it is solved.

A bit of luck that the camera didn't show these faces because of the view angle. I described it better here, long ago:

The only puzzle I've purchased on ebay was the rainbow cube, which arrived earlier this month. If the Astrolabucus seller will get back to me with shipping prices, that will be my second ebay cube purchase. All others were purchased at local game stores, through direct mail (yes, non-email was once used for things other than just shipping :)) with collectors around the country and world, or in my travels to Japan for business. I remember finding a 4x4x4 back when they were very rare at a Tokyo department store:

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Where did you get the octahedron, domino, dino, rubik's shells, and clock?
Is that a fisher cube?

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Where did you get the octahedron, domino, dino, rubik's shells, and clock?
Is that a fisher cube?


Check a few posts up :) The Magic Octahedron, domino, were purchased from Christoph Bandelow. I just checked Quicken, and it was almost exactly 15 years ago (Jan 21, 1992). My 230DM order (8-9 puzzles) was $150. I forgot what I ordered exactly, so about $15-$20 each for the Fisher's, dino and domino.

I don't recall when and where I picked up the clocks. Two are regular, but the third has no paper inserts as I was poking around inside.

I believe I got the shells at Games of Berkeley, not too many years back.

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I got a brain twist and a C metric too from there recentally and the only
thing they had that I didn't was a homer head, a twist, planets, and a rubik's
world. No shells or magics. They need to restock or they just don't sell them
anymore. this might sound like an obvious question but is Christoph
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