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3 x 11x KC Pro TeeBird Blackened
4x KC Pro Cheetah Yellow
2 x 4x Juliana Korver Pro Valkyrie Orange & White

Note I only have 2 of the KC Pro Teebirds 1 KC Pro cheetah and 2 Valkyrie in the bag. Lost one on an island hole went diving and found 35 disc including mine,

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Thanks much for the history lesson...
That has to be one of the most interesting little tidbits of Disctory I have ever read on this site.....THanks Man!!!


Dual purpose Disc...perfect for course maintenance & Homeland Security!!!
:-D
Antoher sweetie, the Wally (Also called the Wedge) from Steady Ed´s DGA, probably thee first overstable disc in the world, actually prototype which later became the Streamliner.

Two 3X JK Pro Aviar-X Putters 175 in Mint and near mint condition won right here in last years virtual jumbo toss.
Not sure if they are considered rare or not? But they are my CE Zone Driven stamped discs. I still love the standard CE discs, but they just look so clean with just "Zone Driven" written across them.
I had a white and a black one. Sadly, both were stolen.

One of the first stamps by Steady Ed
I don't have anything amazingly rare. This is as close as I come.

I know somebody loony enough to play catch with one, he caught it off a skip and it still sliced his hand open like a Henckel 10" chef's knife.
I have two used beat up Pluto Platers that I found at a swap meet, I paid $5 for each of them...wounder what they would be worth if I put them on ebay???
As far as I know, none of my disc friends are collectors, so I don't have anyone to ask, so would someone take a moment to explain the designations and reason for collection?

What's the meaning of the number x designations, such as 3x, 11x?
Do the numbers have meaning or are they just a designation?
Where on the disc does one find the markings?
Are the markings on all discs or just some?

And lastly, why do you collect, is there a market in rare discs or is it just to satisfy the drive to have something unique?

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