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http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/2007/04/its-all-in-mix.html


Looks like a nice package, but I couldn't justify the expense, when I already have a version of the album and only rate it as an average TD release. Still kind of wish I had it though!


lol...you should save your money mate. That reminds me I owe you a disc. Can you email me your address?


You don't owe me anything mate, but address forwarded anyway!

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I wish i had it now :cry: it was sent first class post yesterday but as usual has NOT turned up :roll: Royal Mail my ass :arrow:

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Guys n Gals...................you are not going to believe it....The postvan just pulled up with the MFD CD/DVD at 3.10pm :shock: yeehah tonights viewing sorted :D :D :D

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Guys n Gals...................you are not going to believe it....The postvan just pulled up with the MFD CD/DVD at 3.10pm :shock: yeehah tonights viewing sorted :D :D :D


We've just had a second post here as well Colin, which is very unusual. Sadly no goodies for me, but I have got work to look forward to. Happy viewing!

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Guys n Gals...................you are not going to believe it....The postvan just pulled up with the MFD CD/DVD at 3.10pm :shock: yeehah tonights viewing sorted :D :D :D


We've just had a second post here as well Colin, which is very unusual. Sadly no goodies for me, but I have got work to look forward to. Happy viewing!



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If i can give you a tip watch the signatures on the Limited Card,they are very fragile and could rub off easily :wink:

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:D Definitely not done with indelible ink. I'm getting the missus to put mine in a clip frame :wink: :)


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:D Definitely not done with indelible ink. I'm getting the missus to put mine in a clip frame :wink: :)



Yes very dodgy ink indeed,i will not be handling this on a regular basis :arrow:

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:D Definitely not done with indelible ink. I'm getting the missus to put mine in a clip frame :wink: :)


Make sure the ink doesn't touch the glass ! did this with a CF auto of Klemania years ago ,now it cannot be separated from the glass !.


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:D Keep it out of bright light as well. I'll ask the wife if it can be sprayed with a 'fixer', she's into this line of work. I'll let you know product details, if this is the best way to preserve the autographs :wink:


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Got mine this morning but have been too busy to watch it. :cry:

May be tonight but the missus says there's stuff she wants to watch on the telly. :cry: :cry:


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OK, the official answer, according to Mrs. Prophet is to get your card 'encapsulated' in plastic. Try Prontaprint or other high street type print shops. :D :D :arrow:


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Btw...don't forget that 'some' inks are fugitive, ie they fade quicker than others and aren't permanent. So anything you put over that, be it fixative or plastic will effect the ink. If it isn't archival material (as sold for Stamp or Bank note collectors*) then it could change the ink and then you get off setting and other nasties. Mind you, you could just say sod it and go down the pub! ;)

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24db wrote:
Btw...don't forget that 'some' inks are fugitive, ie they fade quicker than others and aren't permanent. So anything you put over that, be it fixative or plastic will effect the ink. If it isn't archival material (as sold for Stamp or Bank note collectors*) then it could change the ink and then you get off setting and other nasties. Mind you, you could just say sod it and go down the pub! ;)

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You can get UV filtering glass - it's used for framing posh watercolours...

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Btw...don't forget that 'some' inks are fugitive, ie they fade quicker than others and aren't permanent. So anything you put over that, be it fixative or plastic will effect the ink. If it isn't archival material (as sold for Stamp or Bank note collectors*) then it could change the ink and then you get off setting and other nasties. Mind you, you could just say sod it and go down the pub! ;)

* I've got all of my TD ticket collection in these pages

You can get UV filtering glass - it's used for framing posh watercolours...


ah well it depends if you're using student or artists quality pigments...how the heck did we get on to this subject anyway? ;)

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Perhaps Edgar will send 50 replacements out in permanant ink :shock: :wink: :arrow:

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