Author Topic: Grab your deerstalker hats and magnifying glasses - the game is afoot!  (Read 503 times)

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Heather, you were right!  I made a mistake in reporting the code the first time - I had written it down without taking a photo.  With the info from the fragment, the code you referenced is complete, except for the set number anyway.

Though I wonder what the rest of the numbers mean?  20 something 01, I think.   :eh?:
Good to hear - 30 92 047(0, the 0 is assumed after 7-digit part numbers) it shall be. The rest... a mysterious suffix like the PW's and DDu's, I suppose. I bet the stuff on the other end is a printing test.

 :sherlock: Graham, I'd be suspicious that I'm being made fun of, except that I know you're even worse than I am!
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:sherlock: Graham, I'd be suspicious that I'm being made fun of, except that I know you're even worse than I am!

 ;D
(I was actually making fun of :sherlock:)

Actually, it was spaetzle and schnitzel - alimentary, my dear Sherlock.  ;D

Good one Indy... And great sleuthing with those numbers... and the spätzle.
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