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Be careful about pulling the mags over each other


Mar 5 2007, 3:28pm

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Be careful about pulling the mags over each other [In reply to] Can't Post

the surface of my #1 Frodo cover has a BIG scratch along the surface from pulling it out of the pile shortly after I got it. I CRIED!! "NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!" They aren't sealed, I think. I've put each one in their own plastic sleeve now.

I haven't framed my prints and letter yet, but I really do intend to once I get my Mathom Room finished. All my LotR stuff will be in there. I'm on the credits of 1&2, but they didn't put it on 3 when *chin quivers* they assured me it would be. *sigh*

These magazines are wonderful!

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