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Since my dad passed away in May 2004 (obituary), it is nice to have these racquets as mementos.

Also, as can be seen below, these three racquet models are indeed historically significant and include the first popular steel racquet and the first popular racquet with an oversized head.

The green racquet, second to the right, is the first popular racquet model with an oversized head, the Prince Classic introduced in 1976, by Howard Head then working for Prince.

I saw a Prince like this in the Smithsonian Museum.

The racquet second from the left was the first popular steel racquet, the Wilson T2000, introduced in 1967 and purchased by my dad around the same time. I used this racquet during my teen years after my dad got the Head racquet, third from the left. I purchased another T2000 with cover at an estate sale in February 2006 for

Since my dad passed away in May 2004 (obituary), it is nice to have these racquets as mementos.

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Since my dad passed away in May 2004 (obituary), it is nice to have these racquets as mementos.

Also, as can be seen below, these three racquet models are indeed historically significant and include the first popular steel racquet and the first popular racquet with an oversized head.

The green racquet, second to the right, is the first popular racquet model with an oversized head, the Prince Classic introduced in 1976, by Howard Head then working for Prince.

I saw a Prince like this in the Smithsonian Museum.

The racquet second from the left was the first popular steel racquet, the Wilson T2000, introduced in 1967 and purchased by my dad around the same time. I used this racquet during my teen years after my dad got the Head racquet, third from the left. I purchased another T2000 with cover at an estate sale in February 2006 for $1 in very good condition.

in very good condition.

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For now it contains tennis racquets, racquetball racquets, clocks, GPS receivers, audio and video equipment, phones, boats, vacuum cleaners, books and rocks.The first three examples in the photograph above are free or

For now it contains tennis racquets, racquetball racquets, clocks, GPS receivers, audio and video equipment, phones, boats, vacuum cleaners, books and rocks.

The first three examples in the photograph above are free or $1 from a garage sale.

The Wilson at the far right is an inexpensive ($15) modern composite racquet with Titanium. My First Clock is a good demonstration of how even the simplest clocks are quite a feat of engineering design.

According to the site Clock A History, it was not until the 17th century that a practical clock with an accurate minute hand was developed.

The basic design of My First Clock would have been cutting edge back then.

The link is to the second page which discusses the Wilson T2000 and the Prince Classic.

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For now it contains tennis racquets, racquetball racquets, clocks, GPS receivers, audio and video equipment, phones, boats, vacuum cleaners, books and rocks.The first three examples in the photograph above are free or $1 from a garage sale.The Wilson at the far right is an inexpensive ($15) modern composite racquet with Titanium. My First Clock is a good demonstration of how even the simplest clocks are quite a feat of engineering design.According to the site Clock A History, it was not until the 17th century that a practical clock with an accurate minute hand was developed.The basic design of My First Clock would have been cutting edge back then.The link is to the second page which discusses the Wilson T2000 and the Prince Classic.

from a garage sale.The Wilson at the far right is an inexpensive () modern composite racquet with Titanium. My First Clock is a good demonstration of how even the simplest clocks are quite a feat of engineering design.According to the site Clock A History, it was not until the 17th century that a practical clock with an accurate minute hand was developed.The basic design of My First Clock would have been cutting edge back then.The link is to the second page which discusses the Wilson T2000 and the Prince Classic.

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