Posted by Dale Dassel from iax-minden-ppp0004.iamerica.net on March 09, 1998 at 11:57:14:
In Reply to: Re: Suggestion posted by Michaelson on March 09, 1998 at 09:46:54:
: : : To those who think this may be obvious, my apologies, but maybe there are many like me who never gave this much thought. Many of us have extensive collections of IJ collectables, but how many actually have inventoried and cataloged their items? I never have, until this past weekend. I surprised myself at the number of individual items I have amassed over the past 17 years. As of today, I have counted over 329 individual items, discounting advertising art, magazine articles and the like, and haven't inventory yet! I talking about items the size of 6 foot video store 3D ads to hat pins, hats, lunch boxes, and on and on. I highly recommend you all take "stock" of what you have. I have seen several items mentioned on this forum of items people are searching for that were familiar to me, but not clear on. I now discover I have doubles and triples of several of those requested things, and didn't even know it! If we are to help each other complete each others collections, we better know what we actually have in hand. I did, and it astounded me! I suggest you all do the same if you haven't already. Regards. Michaelson
: : Hey, that's a great idea!!! I'm going to start on it today.
: : By any chance do you have a double of the original Find Your Fate
: : book Indiana Jones and the Ape Slaves of Howling Island? I have the
: : new, re-issued copy, but I need the original.
: : -Dale Dassel
Thanks!!!!! I would really appreciate it. I, too have all the
Find Your Fate books, except the original Ape Slaves. I borrowed my
friend's original one when I lived in Germany, but I never bought it.
So, I had to settle for the re-issued one with the terrible cover.
Last night I tore the whole cover off and threw it away, but kept
the inside, which looks to be totally original. It makes my shelf
better, because it blends in better now.
: Sorry, the R. L. Stine books escaped my collection somehow, though I do have all the other Find your Fate books. I have a source in Ohio I'm going to check out in a couple of weeks, and I'll see if I can round up anything there. Regards. Michaelson
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