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    Sometimes my collecting seriously out runs my organization skills so the last couple weeks I have been working on reboxing and titling a few films. Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    Super looking cover art Zack!!! Just like a clean car seems to run better...I'll bet your films run better too

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    • #3
      Thanks Janice It sure does play a whole lot smoother now. I recently got a Silhouette so this weekend was the first time messing around with it. I was able to extract the decals from an image and cut them out on vinyl. It was tedious but pretty slick.

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      • #4
        Nicely done, Zack!

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        • #5
          I know many collectors may not agree with this approach, but I cut and size the film's original cardboard art work to fit inside my BAIA 400' and Bonum 600' plastic cases. I have found that this actually protects the art work, and I am also able to keep all information together, such as flyers which originally came with the film, or receipts. Then I simply label the outside of the case with the film title and reel number (of multiple reel releases).

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          • #6
            As a long-time box purveyor, I'm proud the tradition is continuing

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