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Offline Sir Gareth

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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #20 on: March 23, 2006, 12:25:32 »
Hi all,

 Thanks for your kind comments, I'm pleased that users are finding them of use already.

 I will be adding more soon, they do seem to be rather popular. :)
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #21 on: April 09, 2006, 12:18:21 »
Hi all,

 I found a bit of time today and added 6 more sets to my album

3383 outlaw
3394 trapper
3306 union soldiers
3396 Indian family
3732 buffalo dancers
3269 medicine man and braves (antex)

 I have scanned the contents of the Antex set as it was with the wrong coloured figures in it. I managed to get 2 white figures and I have also replaced the yellow figure to complete this set as it should be.
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #22 on: April 19, 2006, 11:06:18 »
Thanks again for all your hard work, Garry. :)9
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #23 on: June 21, 2006, 06:11:48 »
HOORAY !!!

I finally figured out how to "navigate" my way around in the Photo Album ...  8}

It only took a "few" months ...  :-[

Thanks for creating a really GREAT resource for everyone, Garry !!!

How can we help you with your wonderful idea ???

Next week I'll be flying to our home in Canada where ALL my Playmobil is stored !!!

Please let me know if I can help you with your very, very worthwhile project.

PS ... Sylvia, what do you think about giving Garry's project a "sticky' somewhere on the Forum, so that we can all find it easily? ...  ;D

All the best,
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #24 on: June 25, 2006, 00:19:58 »
Hi Richard,

 Thanks for your comments, I'm pleased that you have found the scans of use.

 I still have a lot more to get done yet and will add them when I find a bit more spare time. At the moment I'm busy with work and doing a few jobs around the home and garden whilst the fine weather lasts.

 Garry.
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #25 on: June 25, 2006, 05:38:19 »
Hi Richard,

 Thanks for your comments, I'm pleased that you have found the scans of use.

 I still have a lot more to get done yet and will add them when I find a bit more spare time. At the moment I'm busy with work and doing a few jobs around the home and garden whilst the fine weather lasts.

 Garry.

You're welcome, Garry ... And, your scans are indeed extremely useful to everyone !!!

If there are any sets that you don't have, and that you'd like to scan, please let me know (after next week), as I may actually have them at our Canada summer house.

All the best and thanks again for creating such a great resource for Playmofriends,
Richard

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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #26 on: November 14, 2006, 12:39:08 »
Garry,

It's indeed a very nice resource. Especially when you're collecting about the same stuff as you are  ;)

1000x thanks !!!

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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #27 on: November 15, 2006, 08:08:43 »
Garry,

It's indeed a very nice resource. Especially when you're collecting about the same stuff as you are  ;)

1000x thanks !!!

DD.

That's Ok DD.

Iv'e found a bit of spare time today and added a few more.

3245, Western Coach
3278, Plain wagon
3733, Indian Camp
3767, Western School House/Church
3731, Buffalo Hunter
3773, Fort Bravo.

Theres still a few more to do yet.
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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #28 on: March 24, 2010, 09:33:34 »
This is a great project! I am trying to put back together a few older sets and this is VERY VERY usefull!!! Many thanks!!! I only hope i had joined in earlier and save a lot of trouble searching through eBay for some parts that ''may have been''!
Hope you continue your effort!!!

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Re: What's in a box?
« Reply #29 on: April 28, 2010, 11:20:42 »
Hi all,

It's been a long time but I have just received a MIB 3544 royal guard set from a recent win on ebay. I have released the figures from their sealed bags and scanned them and the other contents and added it to the whats in a box scans.

Sorry about the quality of the scan it's a new scanner and I haven't worked it out yet the figures appear to be slightly out of focus?
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