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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby Hopper » 03 Mar 2017 21:04

OK
That's good... that fits the pattern, number wise at least.
What the hell is the plastic tray doing, though?
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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby LDR » 03 Mar 2017 23:36

Thought he looked familiar!
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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby LDR » 03 Mar 2017 23:39

Do you mean plastic sheet? Early palitoy star wars figures also have plastic sheets behind them. I think its to stop tge figure sticking to the card esp figures with capes.
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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby louie0316 » 04 Mar 2017 00:01

Them photos of the Frogman card looks familiar olly you been in my office
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Postby OllyOrc » 04 Mar 2017 00:30

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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby louie0316 » 08 Mar 2017 15:09

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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby Chopper » 20 Mar 2017 11:42

Um. Not to open too big a can of worms. I noticed some numbers on my VAM mailaway box lids. I wonder how they tie in? I should check my other carded/boxed VAM stuff I guess.
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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby Quickfire » 20 Mar 2017 21:50

Chopper wrote:Um. Not to open too big a can of worms. I noticed some numbers on my VAM mailaway box lids. I wonder how they tie in? I should check my other carded/boxed VAM stuff I guess.


You should do that immediately.

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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby Chopper » 21 Mar 2017 01:20

Fek.
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Re: Cardback - Mailaway Medal Numbers

Postby Chopper » 21 Mar 2017 13:02

Right, all the leaflets and everything have their own codes. Most of my carded stuff is restickered or even packaged locally, so no visible numbers. But, I have a heap of 40th boxed bits and they also have cat numbers. Hopper, next time you are on, LMK if you want any of them.

Actually, the equipment manuals have all the cat numbers. For example, the Training tower is 34725 and the original manual I have has L119 on it. Looks like a Palitoy trend, I'm betting their SW stuff will be the same.
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