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 on: October 18, 2017, 03:26:15 AM 
Started by odin - Last post by odin
So, whats with all the Chewbacca and obi-wan mugs for sale on ebay?  Was there a large cache of these mugs recently discovered in a long forgotten warehouse?  (haha)

Yes, I suppose the release of the recent Star Wars movies may have created a resurgence of interest in Star Wars items...but this is ridiculous.

The Rumph Star Wars mugs are just about my least favorite of all the Rumph mugs. Maybe the sellers with Star Wars mugs feel the same and are using the recent Star Wars mania as an opportunity to dump their least favorite Rumph mugs?

"These aren't the droids youre looking for" ...and apparently these Obi wan and Chewie mugs aren't either.




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 on: October 18, 2017, 03:12:21 AM 
Started by THE RUMPH Webmaster - Last post by odin
I don't use facebook, (facebook and google are the top two worst offenders for maintaining personal privacy) so I guess that any Rumph activity on facebook will be unavailable to me. Unfortunate, as I have made several attempts to generate discussion on this website, and although there are hundreds of 'views'...there is virtually zero activity except from the webmaster re-directing people somewhere else, and another forum owner (gumball) inviting people to his website.

I wonder...that if people don't have the interest or energy to post here (except for lack of member participation this IS a pretty sweet Rumph resource!!) ... then how much participation will happen at another website?

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 on: October 03, 2017, 05:27:48 PM 
Started by THE RUMPH Webmaster - Last post by THE RUMPH Webmaster
Hey all Rumph Fans!  I have created a new Facebook page to accompany TheRumph.com.  This page is meant to be more social and interactive and encourages you to share your Rumph pictures and stories.  I just don't have a lot of time to keep TheRumph.com up-to-date, so this page should help keep the Rumph spirit alive in a more timely fashion.  Please go check it out!

https://www.facebook.com/TheRumph/

Regards,
The THE RUMPH Webmaster

TheRumph.com

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 on: July 31, 2017, 05:23:53 AM 
Started by THE RUMPH Webmaster - Last post by gumball
Recently I acquired two pieces and I'm not sure which I love more.

One is an Isaac Asimov tankard without handle. The man never looked better. Rare as all get out.

The other is a likely one off piece. It is a bust copied from the lifemask of the artist William Blake. I've supplied the site here with photos, or you can see it on my site, www.rumphcollector.com

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 on: June 30, 2017, 09:40:41 AM 
Started by gumball - Last post by gumball
I tried the page that came with the template. Within a day I had over thirty subscribers. They had a lot to talk about. Discount Nike factory seconds, fashion jewelry, Thailand vacations, lonely Russian women, lonely Ukrainian women, lonely Japanese women, lonely Chinese women, lonely Brazilian women, lonely Australian women, boner pills to make all those lonely women happy...

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 on: June 14, 2017, 01:29:29 PM 
Started by gumball - Last post by odin
Looks like youve got a nice start there.

What you need now, is a blog area where people can talk about Rumph stuff.

I still fail to understand how there can be so many serious Rumph collectors and none of them have anything to say. Is it this site? Is it the webmaster? Is it something else?  Or do Rumph collectors only like to show off their stuff and the enthusiasm ends there?

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 on: May 17, 2017, 06:25:29 AM 
Started by gumball - Last post by gumball
Not trying to compete with TheRumph.com, just a site with pictures of items from my collection. Will be a work in progress for a while to come.

Let me know what you all think!

gumball

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 on: April 04, 2017, 01:04:36 PM 
Started by THE RUMPH Webmaster - Last post by THE RUMPH Webmaster
Hello everyone!  I am sorry that the site is so backed up.  I have over 130 items to add to the site and dozens of emails to return.  The problem is that I just don't have much time to dedicate to the site anymore.  I hope you understand.  Please be patient as it will take me months to get caught up.

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 on: February 19, 2017, 09:14:45 AM 
Started by fsuredneck - Last post by fsuredneck
Thanks for the heads up odin.  I looked on ebay and in the end, shipping will make the transaction a nightmare in order to guarantee the mug ships safely.  It's been on craigslist, but pieces like this are quite odd and a little too unique I think for anybody that really cares.  It would be quite the coincidence if you lived near Orlando though...

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 on: February 16, 2017, 01:58:55 PM 
Started by fsuredneck - Last post by odin
I suspect you wont get much  of a reply on this board, as this is a very common piece and most of these collectors already have both varieties.  If you want to get an idea of what its worth, then youre best off looking at the completed auctions section on ebay.

Even the more scarce items wont receive much attention here. Im not sure why.

I just looked at the active listings. There are 10 of these currently for sale.

The completed listings show a couple of these had bids and went for about 21$. A damaged one sold for 13$. Most of the rest are 'buy it now' for 35-70$ and of course...unsold.

The bugger about these common items...is the shipping. A 20$ mug costs you 35$ by the time its said and done.

I dont have one of these, but then again im not an addicted collector, :-D  and i really dont want to pay 80% of the mugs value again in shipping for such a common item.

I think if i were you, id list the mug on your local craigslist. Ask 25$ and see if you get any bites.... or...ill pay 18$ if you can find a way to ship it to me at no cost. -grinz-

Good luck.

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