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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Miss Tick » Sun Sep 04, 2016 07:55 pm

Frank the Younger wrote:
Muba wrote:
Frank the Younger wrote:Is it just me are are there a lot of 3p magicians sports? I got 10 in 25 LBEs, mind you no prizes or triangles. Win some lose some.


Magicians?


Sorry that should be musicians, it was rather a long day.



Going back to the original point yes it would appear that there are a lot of sports, each sheet of the musicians stamps sheets has 30 commons and 12 sports if the picture of the prize sheet is the same as the sheets broken up for the LBE's.
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Frank the Younger » Sun Sep 04, 2016 08:46 pm

I also have a sport Magicians LBE, label is printed on both sides.
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby steeljam » Mon Sep 05, 2016 06:42 pm

Frank the Younger wrote:I also have a sport Magicians LBE, label is printed on both sides.
Ah, you have it. I have a sport LBE with not printing at all.
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Miss Tick » Tue Sep 06, 2016 12:10 pm

Frank the Younger wrote:I also have a sport Magicians LBE, label is printed on both sides.


I think we have two or three of those from pale to darkish and if you rubb off the gum from the back of the envelope (which I do one one example to stop the LBE discolouring) it rubbs off that bit of the (reversed) print at least I think the print is reversed. LBE's at home, I'm at work so can't check :?
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Frank the Younger » Tue Sep 06, 2016 12:52 pm

Miss Tick wrote:
Frank the Younger wrote:I also have a sport Magicians LBE, label is printed on both sides.


I think we have two or three of those from pale to darkish and if you rubb off the gum from the back of the envelope (which I do one one example to stop the LBE discolouring) it rubbs off that bit of the (reversed) print at least I think the print is reversed. LBE's at home, I'm at work so can't check :?


Print is reversed and does go on top of the glue.
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby dried_frog » Thu Sep 08, 2016 05:34 pm

Hello !
no blue triangle, but I'm happy anyway

2 Musician 1p sports
7 Musician 3p sports
2 se-tenant pair "mr fusspot Sport + royal bank of AM sport"
2 NoThingFjord Sea Mail sports
1 halfpenny missing dome
1 $ 1 Tower of Art Phantom

and a Prize tickets for 1 large format sheet! :D

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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby CanadianGadfly » Fri Sep 09, 2016 08:16 pm

Not a huge haul, but I'm relatively content.

2 Musician 3p sports
1 Unseen University One Farthing sport
1 Ankh-Morpork 'heads turned' 2p Blue sport

Would have liked a 'Lazy Clef' and/or a Blue triangle though... :roll:
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Grace Speaker » Fri Sep 09, 2016 09:27 pm

My envelope containing my LBEs arrived a few days ago. As I was rushing out the door at the time it dropped though the letter box, I quickly put them in a 'safe' place thinking I'll look at them as soon as I get back and, yes you've guessed it, I haven't seen them since :roll:
They're in the house somewhere, unless I've been visited by a very particular burglar, but I'm buggered if I can find the sods!
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby phalarope » Sun Sep 11, 2016 01:38 pm

Grace Speaker wrote:My envelope containing my LBEs arrived a few days ago. As I was rushing out the door at the time it dropped though the letter box, I quickly put them in a 'safe' place thinking I'll look at them as soon as I get back and, yes you've guessed it, I haven't seen them since :roll:
They're in the house somewhere, unless I've been visited by a very particular burglar, but I'm buggered if I can find the sods!

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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Grace Speaker » Sun Sep 11, 2016 01:55 pm

phalarope wrote:
Grace Speaker wrote:My envelope containing my LBEs arrived a few days ago. As I was rushing out the door at the time it dropped though the letter box, I quickly put them in a 'safe' place thinking I'll look at them as soon as I get back and, yes you've guessed it, I haven't seen them since :roll:
They're in the house somewhere, unless I've been visited by a very particular burglar, but I'm buggered if I can find the sods!

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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby phalarope » Sun Sep 11, 2016 04:02 pm

Grace Speaker wrote:
phalarope wrote:
Grace Speaker wrote:My envelope containing my LBEs arrived a few days ago. As I was rushing out the door at the time it dropped though the letter box, I quickly put them in a 'safe' place thinking I'll look at them as soon as I get back and, yes you've guessed it, I haven't seen them since :roll:
They're in the house somewhere, unless I've been visited by a very particular burglar, but I'm buggered if I can find the sods!

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:lol: That damn butterfly at it again, eh?

You should see me at my stamp desk, sorting sports and GCTS duplicates. :lol: :lol: That butterfly LIVES on my desk, lays eggs, makes caterpillars. Expands my vocabulary. :oops:
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Kelshandra » Fri Sep 16, 2016 08:33 pm

I say, my LBE arrived rather quickly this time :bounce:

I must say, my little haul of 6 was rather impressive... one Ankh Morpork 5p sport, 2 broken drums, one Post office brick sport, all of which I didn't previously own, one LBE had the wet ink mirror... and TWO sport envelope prizes :shock: :shock: I don't even collect covers
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Muba » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:31 pm

Pip wrote:So come on muba what have we not noticed? The suspense!!!!!


The seems to have been a sport or something in every LBE this time
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby phalarope » Sat Sep 17, 2016 07:29 pm

Kelshandra wrote:I say, my LBE arrived rather quickly this time :bounce:

I must say, my little haul of 6 was rather impressive... one Ankh Morpork 5p sport, 2 broken drums, one Post office brick sport, all of which I didn't previously own, one LBE had the wet ink mirror... and TWO sport envelope prizes :shock: :shock: I don't even collect covers

:shock: :shock: That's an impressive haul from 1 LBE. :thumbl: I got 3 sports from 6 LBEs, all duplicates. Not to be sneezed at but a bit disappointing that none of the new ones were in there
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Re: The Musicians' Guild LBE

Postby Kelshandra » Sat Sep 17, 2016 10:32 pm

phalarope wrote:
Kelshandra wrote:I say, my LBE arrived rather quickly this time :bounce:

I must say, my little haul of 6 was rather impressive... one Ankh Morpork 5p sport, 2 broken drums, one Post office brick sport, all of which I didn't previously own, one LBE had the wet ink mirror... and TWO sport envelope prizes :shock: :shock: I don't even collect covers

:shock: :shock: That's an impressive haul from 1 LBE. :thumbl: I got 3 sports from 6 LBEs, all duplicates. Not to be sneezed at but a bit disappointing that none of the new ones were in there

Whoops, sorry. I grammared badly. To make it clear, the winning tickets were in two DIFFERENT LBE. Don't want anyone bugging the shop thinking there were shenanigans!
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