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Jaspar
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Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:32 am

New release info:

The release will take place on Thursday 1st - All editions will be available to purchase on http://www.onepennypiece.com from 1pm.

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"The Special Relationship"
8 layer hand cut stencil
Spray paint on £20 banknote,
Float mounted over a $1 bill
Signed hand painted multiple of 15
£320


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"The First Lady - Grey"
22 layer hand cut stencil
Spray paint on $1 bill
Signed hand painted multiple of 15
£250


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"The First Lady - Skin"
22 layer hand cut stencil
Spray paint on $1 bill
Signed hand painted multiple of 15
£250


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"It's The Economy, Cupid"
9 layer hand cut stencil
Spray paint on uncut sheet of 4 $1 bill
Signed hand painted multiple of 15
£550
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disdig1
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:03 am

these are on sale right now some really nice pieces
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:14 am

Scored "The First Lady" - skin. My 9th Penny piece. :)

Can't believe these are lasting as long as they are. Maybe because between skin and grey there are 30 and the orders are being split between them But if you want one, don't delay. They'll be gone soon no doubt.
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:17 am

9 pieces nice swabie that is impressive! i agree surprised they aren't sold yet, with all the crap people buy these days you would figure they would of gone quicker. there is so much detail involved in pennys work its fantastic!!
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:22 am

"The First Lady" is a 22 layer hand cut stencil. Insane! But different strokes for different folks. Some people couldn't fathom displaying a naked chick on a $1 in their home. I totally get it. I'm the same way with skulls and blood for the most part. Ain't my bag.
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:37 am

I like the First Lady. Just can't swing a large purchase at the moment!
Browse my collection: http://www.lifeonwalls.net/store
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 9:59 am

s_k_y wrote:I like the First Lady. Just can't swing a large purchase at the moment!
Ditto. Purchased two from Moniker. Need to save for some framing, but 22 layers :drool:
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:13 am

I wonder if he ever screws up. If i did this stuff, there would be a whole trash can full of dollars. :lol:
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:15 am

got myself the first lady in grey, love the contrasting colours!! Am also slowly stacking up on Penny work!!

btw, if anyone has a "thumbelina" up for sale let me know, am keen to add it to my collection.

cheers
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:19 am

The First Lady - Skin is now sold out.
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:20 am

Thank you for whoever bought that last grey one. Had it in my cart as I debated if I should purchase or not. I'm sure I'll regret it later. Had it been a 4x sheet I would have jumped on it.

How are people framing/displaying their single bills?
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:28 am

slowt wrote:How are people framing/displaying their single bills?
yeah i would love to see how you display your pieces swabie if you don't mind sharing when you get a chance.
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disdig1 wrote:
slowt wrote:How are people framing/displaying their single bills?
yeah i would love to see how you display your pieces swabie if you don't mind sharing when you get a chance.
arent there cheap acrylic blocks that you can put single dollar bills in? there also has to be a single dollar bill frame for collectors or stores that get their first sales.

i thought about grabbing an acrylic block and setting it on my desk.

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mattlew69 wrote:
disdig1 wrote:
slowt wrote:How are people framing/displaying their single bills?
yeah i would love to see how you display your pieces swabie if you don't mind sharing when you get a chance.
arent there cheap acrylic blocks that you can put single dollar bills in? there also has to be a single dollar bill frame for collectors or stores that get their first sales.

i thought about grabbing an acrylic block and setting it on my desk.

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Yeah, I've been wanting an acrylic block, but I wasn't to sure how safe they are for these. I'm sure they are ok for a normal bill, but a bill with layers of paint on them??? :?
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Thu Nov 01, 2012 12:27 pm

summoner wrote:That is an AMAZING Penny! Congrats on that!!

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this would be quite ideal for larger pieces but for singles i don't know.
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