Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Aldo, Sep 18, 2018.
I got mine to enjoy the contents, if I was going to not play then I would sell the box.
map is super cool!
I've validated my address for the 3rd time. Here's hoping it stays validated.
"Your address has been validated and shipments will be sent to the below address."
Yes, the shipping box, but NO, not THE box... I'm debating on if I should or not...Richard went to an awful amount of trouble to sign all the cloth maps, so I want to frame that, for sure... As a collector, I think it's more valuable if unopened, but if the contents aren't verified, then... I don't know, so I'm still debating...
I havent opened mine. I know what should be inside. But Shroud just isnt what it was supposed to be. I dont feel excitement. No intrigue. Just a black hole lol.
The box looks really good, though.
We need a place to X-ray the box. Reminds me of when I was a kid. The local shoe store had a big X-ray machine in the showroom. You would try on your shoes and slip your feet into a slot at the bottom of the machine. There was a TV screen on the top that would show you the X-ray in real time so you could see if your shoes fit. A real technological breakthrough in the 50's. I am not exaggerating the next: While mom was getting her shoes put on by the attendant, I was over at the X-ray machine and talked my little sister into sticking her head in the bottom. I could see her teeth, skull and everything moving on the screen. Mom laughed when she saw us and scolded me with nary a clue as to the danger. Per my OP, I was thinking we could go to the vet and see if they would X-ray the SOTA box.
I opened mine because I wanted my signed map (going to frame it here soon to go with my other Ultima maps in frames (UO and U6 in solo frames, U7 and SI in a large poster frame together)). I kinda wish I had splurged on a second box to keep unopened, but *shrug*.
Now the question is to frame the SotA map on its own or with my U3 map...
Damn straight I opened it! Map... coin... and a fantastic ankh? Hell yes I opened it!
I hope you live long and prosper Sir Frank... for what its worth I'll probably still have your coin in 50 years
we will not forget...
Of course I did, today!
I haven't opened mine yet, but only because my address changed a lot in the last couple of years so I had it sent to my mother at the other end of the country. Next time I see her I'll open it; although...
If you mean lithium I might actually keep the box sealed, in plastic wrap, well away from any moisture
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