Date Stamp (and Store Stamp) Love
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On 7/5/2020 at 7:13 AM, Jayman said:

A cool cover I couldn’t pass up and since I wasn’t familiar with this title was pleasantly surprised to find Frazetta goodness inside!

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1 hour ago, steveinthecity said:

The shop from that stamp is still in business!

Funny you mention that. After I posted the book, I got to wondering about that store stamp and googled it. Like you said it still is in business but at the newer location. (thumbsu

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Here is something a bit different - my Belgian poster for the Peter Cushing film Captain Clegg - with a movie theater ink stamped "Wednesday Thursday" in French for the dates of exhibition and a tax stamp on the lower left portion of the poster.

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Anyone ever see a Feb 29 stamp? I’ve seen Feb 28....

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I'm quite excited as after reading this thread again I decided to take a quick look at eBay and actually found a comic with my birthday of September 3rd, though not the year. Wolverine #2 from 1988.

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On 3/31/2020 at 10:18 PM, lizards2 said:

This is one of my favorites!  Who the heck has been to Wells, Nevada?  I have many times, which heightens the appeal! :banana: 

Who has had the misery of riding Trailways buses and being stuck in lonesome towns - I'm sure many!!! :banana::banana: 

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I love this because it pinpoints a certain moment in the history of the book... :x

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21 hours ago, HighAF said:

Dang, I read it wrong. I thought it was 11/23/63, which was a depressing day.

Yes, that certainly was a sad day. This was almost a truly historic date stamp, wasn't it?    :whatthe:

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