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Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:02 am
by DamnedDemonOfDespair
Hello,

I really need someone's help on here to receive a poster for me.

I have an excellent Black Sabbath poster being saved for me at the Genting Arena in Birmingham. After a lot of discussion, they decided they will not mail it outside of the UK, but they will mail it to somebody within the UK if I provide them with a UK address.

I only have this week to find somebody to help me out and receive this poster for me, and then you would mail it to me.
Or, if somebody lives in Birmingham or nearby, and can pick up the poster for me at the Genting Arena, that would be even better.

This is a very important poster for me; it's a poster for Black Sabbath's final concert that is being sold and the money goes to a charity they have picked.
I really, really want this poster, I don't want this opportunity to pass me by, it would crush me, and I only have this week to find somebody.

Can somebody help me out here?
And many thanks in advance....

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:04 am
by 1nkling
I'm not in Birmingham but can definitely forward on for you I'd you get it sent to me. :D

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:44 pm
by rocker
i can vouch for 1nkling i suppose.

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:01 pm
by DamnedDemonOfDespair
1nkling wrote:I'm not in Birmingham but can definitely forward on for you I'd you get it sent to me. :D
Hi,
Thank you for the reply, I sent you a PM; we can talk.

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:09 pm
by battleroyale
Anybody bought from obey recently? I havent for awhile, and my recent print has a turned up and the brokerage fee seems to be alot more expensive, just wondering if this is the norm now

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:20 pm
by battleroyale
Can anybody help out on a drop tomorrow

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 5:14 am
by bknight77
Hi all.

Have been on expresso beans for a while but never quite figured out how it worked. Am now trying to track down a The Joker: Black Mirror 13 by Jock (http://expressobeans.com/public/detail.php/175494) and have had my hand forced!

Have found a US seller willing to part with it at a good price, but if I can track one down in the UK obviously that saves hassle for all concerned.

Cheers!

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 12:49 pm
by PaulSeal5
Has anyone had any luck finding any 24x36 sleeves in the UK lately?

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:05 pm
by FieldingChase
PaulSeal5 wrote:Has anyone had any luck finding any 24x36 sleeves in the UK lately?
You could try Preservation Equipment Ltd. Pricey but still cheaper than having stuff shipped from the States.
http://www.preservationequipment.com/Ca ... -Pockets-2

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 4:08 pm
by PaulSeal5
FieldingChase wrote:
PaulSeal5 wrote:Has anyone had any luck finding any 24x36 sleeves in the UK lately?
You could try Preservation Equipment Ltd. Pricey but still cheaper than having stuff shipped from the States.
http://www.preservationequipment.com/Ca ... -Pockets-2
Thanks
Yeah that's pricey alright! Have you used them?

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sat Apr 08, 2017 2:57 am
by FieldingChase
Yeah, a couple of years back for 24x36 sleeves. I went with the 955mm x 625mm. Just over 24x36 making it easier to insert the print, though the 75 micron thickness makes the sleeves pretty sturdy and it can be tricky. Their sleeves are high quality products.

As for the price - why spend all that money on prints and then scrimp on protecting them? That's how I justified it to myself anyway.

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sat Apr 08, 2017 10:52 am
by PaulSeal5
FieldingChase wrote:Yeah, a couple of years back for 24x36 sleeves. I went with the 955mm x 625mm. Just over 24x36 making it easier to insert the print, though the 75 micron thickness makes the sleeves pretty sturdy and it can be tricky. Their sleeves are high quality products.

As for the price - why spend all that money on prints and then scrimp on protecting them? That's how I justified it to myself anyway.
Thanks again.
That's a really good way of looking at it.
I think I'll try them out, might have to go a little bigger, I have a couple of Horkey's that are a weird size.

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Tue Apr 11, 2017 12:29 pm
by bknight77
Hi all. Have been on EB for a while but never really made the most of it. Having just been stung badly by customs importing something, thought I'd ask you folk whether you had - or knew of - any Jock stuff for sale on these fair shores. Have most stuff from the last couple of years but have made sure my "wanted" and "collection" pages reflect the state of play. Anyway, it anyone has anything or any intel, drop me a line! Cheers!

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:36 am
by 1nkling
bknight77 wrote:Hi all. Have been on EB for a while but never really made the most of it. Having just been stung badly by customs importing something, thought I'd ask you folk whether you had - or knew of - any Jock stuff for sale on these fair shores. Have most stuff from the last couple of years but have made sure my "wanted" and "collection" pages reflect the state of play. Anyway, it anyone has anything or any intel, drop me a line! Cheers!
I'll have a rummage through my flatfile. Can totally get you a cannibal holocaust though. Jock still has some of those left. :D

Re: Place for UK users to gather/trade/chat!

Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 1:21 pm
by PaulSeal5
I found some sleeves for sale on amazon uk that work for 24x36 prints, even 30x40 too!
I've just placed an order so I'll report back if anyone is interested.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Browser-Displa ... B01MRA5CV2