It is the center piece of my collection and I was so nervous it was going to be lost en route. it cost roughly $300 to do, which was hard to swallow but considering the overall value and wanting to make sure it was both well preserved and displayable, it was worth it in the end. I doubt I'll have another poster that will travel as much as this one did or ever approach what this one is worth, both in dollars and personal nostalgia.Congrats Sith _Lord, looks like a beauty.
Were you happy with the price and must have been a little unnerving sending such a prized possession away in the mail.
I would say never go cheap on the UV and high quality plexi.If I'm going to be hanging a poster some where that won't get any direct sunlight, should I still invest in UV acrylic, or would regular plastic be alright? I'm going to have it with acid free matting regardless, so it won't be touching the plastic/acrylic.
No it's not new, first time I saw him do it was 2 years ago, but when I met him at LFCC back in July he didn't seem to be adding it. Not sure if it depends on the mood he is in or some other reason why he will or won't add it?Fresh from the Hamilton ComicCon courtesy of my sister and her husband... But is this M.B.E. thing new for Prowse? I don't think I've ever seen this from a Prowse auto...
Usually Prowse will ask if he can add M.B.E. .No it's not new, first time I saw him do it was 2 years ago, but when I met him at LFCC back in July he didn't seem to be adding it. Not sure if it depends on the mood he is in or some other reason why he will or won't add it?
He had 3 of them at $500 Canadian. He added his auto in front of me.Wow... so Billy Dee has Coolwaters Ford shots available for purchase at shows? Did he have a lot of them? Was it already signed by him, or did he add the signature when you bought it? I hope he brings some to RICC.