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PostSubject: Saving the Colour   Saving the Colour EmptyThu Jun 13, 2013 7:15 pm

I know a few of you have this but I got one delivered today and i'm very happy with it.
By Conte Collectibles
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Thanks for sharing David. Nice detail agree
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David can I ask what that cost!
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24th wrote:
David can I ask what that cost!

£75 all in. My Wife got it for my Birthday.
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Happy Birthday David, Happy Birthday David agree
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John wrote:
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Thank you John.
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Hi Dave .
Happy Birthday , and agreed it's a great figure .
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Thanks 90th
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Belated Happy Birthday David an had no doubt you be pleasese with the set.......The1stLt
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