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    Thanks!
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    And another gem just arrived, this one from Jason Provo. Portrait of a boy on a beach enjoying himself. Interesting use of Delta 3200.
    Regards Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller
    And another gem just arrived, this one from Jason Provo. Portrait of a boy on a beach enjoying himself. Interesting use of Delta 3200.
    Thanks Dave...

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    I've got 12 so far. I'm really enjoying everyone's cards. Aggie's arrived on Saturday -- my wife loved it. It reminded her of her childhood and her grandfathers farm.

    Many thanks to everyone.

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    Printed mine 3 weeks ago - but forgot them at home when I left to my study town... #)

    Sent them today...

    So far approx 13 of this round have arrived over here - all in pretty decent state but one - Jason, your´s was broken and bent in half. :-( The paper base was too weak to withstand the combined attacks of at least two postal systems.
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    Well, I hope it was destoyed in a modern art kind of way.. Yeah, I feared that.

    Those of you that did not use Ilfords Postcard 4x6's., what was used... Just something with a thicker base?

    Dave, you seemed to have used a normal base 5x7 but yours was made more ridgid with your info card/sticker... What was it you used to mount this?? What are other methods??

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    I used a self-adhesive lable as near to the paper size as I could find. I got them through ebay.
    Regards Dave.

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    Has anyone used a non-acid, archival glue to stick things on the backs?? I'm sure you would never prescribe mounting using this stuff but........

    I used it with my labels. It was a little wet and I had to dry, pressed in a book to flatten...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller
    I used a self-adhesive lable as near to the paper size as I could find. I got them through ebay.
    Your card came through without any damage at all Dave, so your method seems to have outwitted the Royal Mail's elite crush, scrunch and rip squad at least...


    Cheers, Bob.

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    Postcards are ephemera. They're going to get stamped, barcoded, and who knows what. I wouldn't worry about acid-free adhesive.
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