spagucci1 wrote:There was no way they were going to be 4k. Serious collectors knew the minimum was going to be 5k.
DrScott44 wrote:Coincidentally, we're going to be including Poster Mountain/John in Collider.com's new "Limited Paper" column on June 13th.
They're working on a piece for me between now and then, and we're going to include the "Before/After" photos, a brief interview with John, etc. in the piece.
These guys absolutely deserve all the appreciation they can get.
rubberneck wrote:Did you stump up for the Mummy restoration in the end?
lazk wrote:I wish people would list the cost of the repair when they post the before & afters to give people an idea of what it MIGHT cost. I know every poster is different but it could help.
mycrospazm wrote:What is the usual turn-around time for these restorations?
Also, if Poster Mountain can fix that Mummy, then I'm pretty sure they can fix anything...except maybe not the Stout Blade Runner complete with living ecosystem.
sixstringer wrote:I've seen some other threads about the work they do...pretty amazing stuff.
To be clear though...restoring a poster does not make it "mint" or "excellent" for sale purposes. It is still damaged goods. Just don't wanna see anyone get any ideas. I swear I saw a FS thread that said something like "now mint" or some fudge.
iambillyg wrote:Depending on their volume, and the repairs needed, I would imagine one to two weeks after they receive it. I shipped my Dracula variant and Mummy. They both got the gelatin correction (to resolve bends or corner damage) and Dracula has been ready to be shipped back to me for a bit now, but I'm having them hold it so I can save on shipping with have them both sent at the same time.
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