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What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:15 am

Just Curious if most airliners.net members collect airline memorabilia? What does your collection consist of,how big is it, etc?
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 12:48 am

87 models (mostly 1/200 scale and above), coffee mugs, annual reports, timetables, sweatshirts/t-shirts, bumper stickers, drinking glasses and silverware,and numerous framed pictures and posters. Models are of all types of airlines but predominately Northwest Orient, Northwest,(all schemes...Every time they update their color scheme is costs me $$!) and Midwest Express. I aslo have all of the Republic schemes, too.

My pride is a 1/100 scale NW A330-300 in the bowling shoe scheme...This plane will never actually be in that scheme so I think it is pretty cool.

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection

Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:18 am

Mine goes back to the 50's with news articles, timetables, OAG's, photos, airline magazines, stuff off the plane like safety cards and do not occupy signs. I have lots of that old stuff. My favorites are the schedules and OAG' of the 50's and 60's and 70's. Which airline back then going where and with what is interesting to me. I have production books to chart a planes life from first flight to beer-can status
I guess you can say Im into the history of the airline industry. Flying as a pax is also interesting. I have over 1600 flights logged in a variety airliners.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:22 am

I can't afford to spend a lot of money on expensive die-cast models, so my collection consists mainly of plastic ones off holiday charters!  Big thumbs up Aside from that, I've got pens, playing cards, posters... all cheap and cheerful! Oh yeah, I've also got a 1991 BA worldwide timetable lying around somewhere.

[Edited 2004-02-15 17:23:43]
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 1:23 am

I have some America West and MetroJet timetables, a bunch of safety cards (MD-80, 727, 737, 767), and some in-flight magazines.

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:33 am

Isitsafenow,

Question for you, would you by chance have a United DC8 saftey card? United DC10 card? The ones with the picture of the a/c on it in the orange paint job?

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:38 am

I mainly collect timetables. Have over 3,000 from various worldwide outfits. I really love the obscure, small commuter that lasted for a short time.
Also have many post cards,magazines,letters galore w/ accompanying envelopes, tickets/ticket jackets, pictures, maps,etc. Have been collecting for only 24 years now.
Used to have an extensive airline model collection, but many moves decimated it to almost nil. Still wish I had my Interflug TU 154 (or 134,I forget now).
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:46 am

Approximately 200 timetables from the 70s-90s, annual reports, promotional brochures, various models.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 3:05 am

I have quite a bit of Concorde stuff - wallet with pens/pencil/notepad/flight certificate/postcards/information book - all for £0.50 from EMA aviation fair! Big grin I also bought some first day covers off the internet. I have 14 Wooster 1:200/250 push fit models and one Herpa 1:500 model.

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 4:03 am

I have a bunch of safety cards, all my old boarding passes and receipts, in flight magazines, and a bunch of models (all the newer are 1:500 herpa). My favorites are the silverware from CO (actual metal w/ the logo in the fork, spoon, knife) when they actually had metal silverware, and a small wine glass from YX.

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 4:48 am

About 50000 timetables from 1000+ airlines, dating from the 1920s to present.

www.timetableimages.com
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 7:02 am

american airlines ticket folder from the 1950's i think. it's still in pretty good condition too.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Feb 16, 2004 7:19 am

Mine consists of over 3000+ inflight magazines from over 700+ airlines worldwide. I also collect some plastic models..And I now rare collect schabak models...

Plus I also have following that I no longer collect but still in boxes...timetables, airline brochures, some amenity kits, some ticket jackets/boarding passess,
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Feb 17, 2004 6:36 am

https://www.airliners.net/discussions/aviation_hobby/read.main/45435/4/ Anyone?

My collection has 800+ Safety Cards, as well as mags, airsickness bags, route maps, timetables, etc. I have every type of memorabilia, literally.

Some of my more interesting items include a TWA oven rack, Concorde galley container, a few FA manuals and emergency instructions.

I love this hobby!  Smile

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Wed Feb 18, 2004 8:44 am

A few hundred Schabak, Gemini Jets, Jet-X and DragonWings models, plus around 20 larger desk models (mostly EA), and 10 very large (over 1 1/2 feet long) models.

I also have several older EA timetables, ticket jackets, ramp jackets, pilot wings, and even airport signage including ticket counter destination backdrops and an EA jetway sign that hung on the jetway for gate 22 at PHX.

I've got an old VHS tape that has around 10 early '80s EA commercials on it, too. I'm thinking of transferring them to DVD and selling 'em on ebay!  Big grin
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Wed Feb 18, 2004 9:23 am

Many models some inflights Magazines and Timetables.

But i have a lamp that is a cigarette holder and lighter from 1940 with a silver aircraft on top of it that looks like a DC-3. From MSP VIP Lounge. I was in the airport from 1940 to like 50. Great thing and still works.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Feb 20, 2004 1:24 am

I Collect mainly safety cards. I have now +550 different cards. My favourite card is Israel Air Force B707, the Israeli "Air Force 1" used by The Israeli Prime Minister. I got it from an Israeli Minister who took it for me from Sharon's plane during his visit to Russia in November 2003.

I also have some other stuff, like my boarding passes, Magazines, airline pins, napkins, sick bags and some models which I bought here and there, most of them in the Boeing store in Seattle and in the Airbus Store in Toulouse.

I Also have a Photo album of El Al B747-400 from 1994. When LY got their first B744 Boeing made a special album for the event in limited edition. Talking about El Al, my grandmother found few years ago El Al playing cards from the 60s, so I have them too.

That's all I can think of now...

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Feb 20, 2004 8:19 am

My brother has old (approx. 1950s or 60s) PanAm metal "wings" (you know, the pins...). Does anyone know if these would be worth anything much?

As for me, I mostly have models......

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Feb 20, 2004 8:53 pm

I've got tons of stuff from modern safety cards to 1950's UAL Air Atlases and Mohawk Timetables. I've even got a United 727 operating manual and "Life Raft Under Seat" sign from a DC-8. On top of that I have stickers, pins, wings, postcards, magazines, and playing cards from most major airlines around the world- past and present. Also around my room I have 6 mahogany models of 1:150 scale or larger and about 100 smaller models. Most recently I began getting silverware and china from defunct airlines including a 1940s era Eastern Airlines cup touting the "New Constellation" as well as a Southern 75th Anniversary shot glass. And when it comes to non-defunct airlines, I also have a 1940s United metal fork and 70s wine glass...
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Sun Mar 07, 2004 2:29 pm

Here are a few of the more interesting things in my collection. (I currently have over 300 models, 55 of them are 1/100th or larger).

Miscellaneous

- Convair 880 throttle console
- Convair 880 rudder pedals
- Convair 880 steering column and wheel
- Boeing 747SP rotating beacon
- L1011 navigation light (from the prototype)
- Two first class seats from a United 747-200

Artwork

- Braniff Calder Flying Color Series (signed in pencil)

Models

- 1/64th Convair 880 - Delta Crown Scheme
- 1/64th Convair 880 - Delta Widget Scheme
- 1/64th Douglas DC-8 - Braniff Calder

- 1/100th A380 - Virgin
- 1/100th A340-600 - Virgin
- 1/100th 747-100 - Eastern
- 1/100th IL-62 - Aeroflot
- 1/100th VC-10 - British Airways
- 1/100th L1011 - CourtLine
- 1/100th Caravelle - United
- 1/100th Comet - BOAC
No info
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Mar 09, 2004 9:49 am

I've collected tons of in-flight mags from around the world.

Some of my favourites are the UK charter airlines that have since expired and those mags belonging to Far East airlines.

I've got a load of Pan-am mags but like an idiot I threw out handfuls of other USA mags as the content wouldn't have any historical interest IE: it was all adverts and reply-paid cards.

I treat some of my old European airline mags like ancient manuscripts.
and with that..cabin crew, seats for landing please.
 
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Mon Mar 29, 2004 8:12 am

12 models,inflight mags,5 DVDs
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection

Mon Mar 29, 2004 9:20 am

I have a few safety cards:
TWA 767
United 737-300
Airtran 717
some air sickness bags, a plane-shaped pen(CLE)

some 1:400's:
GJ Delta MD-11 "Interim"
GJ AA B738
GJ SW B732
SMA USPS B722

Some 1:200's:
Skymarks Airbus A380 "Demo"
Flight Miniatures AWA B752
Flight Miniatures CO B727
Flight Miniatures CO B772
and a 1:72 Bell 412

I also have a few toy airport trucks.

the Airport 4 disc dvd set, CMH playing cards.
I am wating for the Boley 1:48 Oshkosh Stryker 3000 Crash Truck.
CLE concourse access(Have to return this when it expires  Sad)
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Mar 29, 2004 11:12 am


My collection is still growing and I haven't had the money for all the stuff I've wanted to get since I have a wide variety of interests that eat up my income LOL Big grin

That said, my collection currently consists of a handful of 1/400 diecast models (Gemini Jets) as well as a few 1/250 plastic models. I also have some timetables, brochures, stickers, buttons, Eastern, Western and America West Airline silverware, some flight and maintenance manuals from TWA, and a library of airline and airliner books as well as binders full of airliner magazines. I plan on continuing to grow this collection as time goes on.

 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Mar 29, 2004 11:54 am

Christ Gabriel, get a life!  Yeah sure  Wink/being sarcastic

Delta 727 "Last B727 flight certificate" from the last 727 flight.
AA 727 "Farewell to the 727" certificate from their last flight.
Delta L1011 "Farewell to the TriStar" certificate from it's final revenue flight.
AirTran DC9 "Happy Retirement" given to me by the F/O (these were not handed out inflight)

I have about 2 Saudi Arabian blankets and a pillow, one AA, one NW. A Saudi Arabian drink class from business class. Over 25 1/200 or 1/250 plastic models. I have boxes of books, cd's, postcards, posters, mousepads, etc etc etc I got from the airlines. Also about 400 safety cards, which include Delta CV880, Delta 747 and some other goodies.
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection

Mon Mar 29, 2004 1:27 pm

My collection contains models, postcards, posters, and other stuff...

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Mon Mar 29, 2004 2:52 pm

Safety Cards
Model Planes
70th Anniversary Qantas booklet
Product booklets
Stickers
Tickets
Timetables

Not very much, but I have some things!

Trent.  Smile
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:34 pm

Models
Bag Tags
Seats (New Addition which cost me $250.00 to obtain)
Safety Cards
Cups
Menus
Napkins
Photos
Promotional Literature
Blankets
Pillows
Drinking Glasses
Sleep Kits
Timetables
Postcards
Videos (Airline Issued)
Magazines (From planes)
Stickers (Including a rare Song 757 Pudgy 757 sticker)
Lapel Wings
Engine Plate from a JT8D-9A (Gift from a buddy of mine in Columbus)
Coffee Pot from Eastern
Silverware from Eastern
Flight Bag (from jetBlue and Continental)
Checklists (A320, 717, DC9, 737)
Dataplate from an ex-DL DC9-32 series which was retired as AirTran DC9
Air Sickness bags
Boarding Passes (Blank and used)
Ticket Jackets
Yoga Cards (3 from B6)

And many other items. Took me 5 years to obtain all of this from item #1 which was a DL MD90 Safety Card



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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Wed Apr 14, 2004 9:47 pm



My first timetables were the Eastern and Delta City timetable for Columbia, SC May and July 1977, and the Piedmont System Timetable from June 14, 1977.
27 years later I still have the Piedmont System Timetable plus some other
purchases from EBAY and David Keller. I concentrate on the period 1964 thur 1974 and mainly US carriers.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Apr 30, 2004 10:17 am

About 1700 different airsickness bags.  Big thumbs up

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Apr 30, 2004 2:19 pm

Airsickness bags, safety cards, a LH cargo pilot's suit, a Wein Air Alaska mechanic jumpsuit, an AS quartz clock from the '70s, northwest orient playing cards, AS silver ware, AS pillows, MarkAir swizzle stick, MarkAir mileage plan card, and about 30 different herpa, and gemini jets, and a bunch of the little stuff (tickets, ticket jackets, about 18 AS/DL/NW upgrades, magazines, literature, and all the rest). A original Concorde press kit with a cool brown "Concorde" zipper bag. Air Fiji pillows, blankets, postcards, barf bags, safety cards, silverware....
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Sun May 02, 2004 4:59 am

I will have 3 tables at LAX AI 2004.....Come on down!...and look!

I have everything from China/glassware/silverware(over 500 pieces)-all paper products- videos-slides and prints. My videos are from VHS and 8mm and Hi8 starting in 1985 I shot all myself-original material at most major west coast airports. I have a 16mm roll of film that has 5-10 minutes of prop action taken at the old Sea-Tac in 1951, which I have converted to VHS and I will be selling them at AI-2004 cheap(limited quantity) also will be having my entire model collection for sale 1/100 desk tops on down to unassembled plastic kit models and snap fit. I have way too many to list. So..get there early and check it out.!!!!!!!!

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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Wed May 05, 2004 4:11 pm

I have over 1000 1/600 schabak models. (started collecting them when I was very young) and still collecting.

I also have 269 1/400 Gemini jets/ Dragon wings/ Big Bird/ Phoenix/ Jet X? etc...

others that I have in diffferent numbers

Herpa 1/400 and 1/500
Skymarks different scales
Hogan wings
many snap-on models.

My most prized items are my very large resnin (I think) models in 1/100 scale or larger.

I have a PACMIN 777-300ER
United 777-200ER
Iberia 747-200, DC-10-30, 727-200, A300
Continental "Peter MAX" 777-200ER
UPS 727-100F
Concorde British Airways (in the last color scheme)
jetBlue A320
TWA A300 (fantasy model)
Spantax DC-10-30
American Airlines 777-200ER
Challenge Air cargo 757-200PF
Eastern Airlines L1011, A300, 757-200
PAN AM 747-100, 727-200 (both in billboard lettering)
Northeast airlines L1011

Yes, they are all in display in my basement. Would love to get rid of my furnace to make more room!
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:05 pm

I have napkins, ticket folders, bags, luggage tags, and a bunch of other stuff. For the complete list, see my other post, 'Your Airline Stuff Collections'.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:35 pm

1:200 plastic models of aircraft/companies I've worked on/for. Several (70-80) safety cards, scrap parts: L1011 main wheel assy hub cap, RB211 engine blades (compressor and turbine-no N1 fan blade), Business class seat (twin), and some cutlery/glasses/cups. And a catering trolley that was deemed obsolete after a galley change over. I use it as a roll away tool box in my garage, covered in stickers.
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Thu Mar 20, 2008 1:00 am

I collect airline china, glasses and silverware. I have more stuff than I care to admit -- I am attempting to photograph and post my collection on the web. Right now I have silverware from over 350 different airlines and always trying to find stuff from airlines not already in my collection.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Jun 03, 2008 10:48 am

I am looking to start collecting some things. I have Pan Am bag right now, though it is not real.

What airline to you signifies the golden age of aviation?
 
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Tue Jun 03, 2008 6:34 pm

I also have a June '04 issue of Sky magazine, which is significant because it's the 75th Anniversary issue.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Thu Jun 05, 2008 10:30 pm

Ok, I've been waiting to post on this thread because now that school is over, I have finished my project where I had to contact many airlines. Around 20 airlines from all over the world helped me out and I'm planning to make a thread showcasing it here. Just a peak, this is a view of what I received from the project:

-Tons of Postcards (the main point of my project, from a ton of airlines)
-Keychains (AC, JK, and SQ)
-3 Posters (THAI Krabi and Bangkok and Air New Zealand 787)
-Lots of IF Mags
-Lanyards (Star Alliance 10year and Lufthansa)
-Letters (JK, SAA, THAI, EN, AC (from CEO Mr. Brewer and Christmas card from contact), USx2, UA, CL, TACA, NZ, TUI, Sun Country, and a couple more)
-Luggage tags (SK, US, UA, Sun Country, LH, ACx2, airBaltic, NZ, ANA, and a couple more)
-Pins (Star Alliance 10 year x2, US Airways Wings x10, LHCityLine CRJ and Avro, AC tail, US Heritage, and I Make US Fly)
-Safety Cards (JK 767, US A321old, US B757newbig, US B757newsmall, AC B777mint, AC A319mint, AC E190mint, TACA A321, THY 737-8, THY A330, AirTran 717)
-Full set of IF Magazines Spanair's "Spanorama" Oct.2007-June2008
-Notepads (Sun Country, LH, SQ)
-IF Magazine "Advertiser's Folder" for WN Spirit, DL Sky, UA Hemispheres, and US Airways Mag.
-Multitude of Brouchures
-Stickers (mostly from UA)
-LHCityLine Ruler
-Airline Folders (SAA and somebody else's)
-Pens
-Maps
-Handouts
-Timetables
-I kept all the envelopes the things were sent in
-US Airways model 757 (goes well with my 330 US gave me when I went to their corp HQ) (came with mathcing safety card)
-And An Air Canada Backpack and Hat (Thanks Mrs. B.Y. of AC CR in Calgary, AB!!)

Im not sure if thats all of em. Here's my collection pre-project:

Lots of US Airways Mags. (after I did an edit, I got a lot of issues of USM)
US Airways hat pre-merger signed by most of the US employees I've encountered
AW mug and fork from PHX
US Crystal Box
US Airways Club Glass
US Dedication frame with pics and napkins
Ticketstubs
Lanyards from US
Envoy Blanket---Bought
A ton of other US merchandise that I also bought

So, not that much really. Ill be writing a quick report of that proejct and Ill include pics.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:36 pm



Quoting EL-AL (Reply 16):
I Collect mainly safety cards. I have now +550 different cards

Damn, that's an old post! I have 1427 differnt cards today.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Sat Jun 14, 2008 6:59 pm

A few packs of playing cards, blankets, a couple of amenity kits, an ice mallet, a mug for piedmont airlines, a few of the plastic kiddy wings, pens, pins, keychains, plastic bags, notpads, and a few other random things. I get most of my things from antique stores, since I have yet to sell my soul to ebay.
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RE: What Does Your Airline Memorabilia Collection Have

Sat Jun 14, 2008 7:35 pm



Quoting StarAlliance38 (Reply 38):
US Airways Club Glass

Scratch that off my list. I broke it maikng a dedication vid for US  Sad Ill try to get another one when I travel on Tuesday  Sad
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