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Keep on Robert, I have many yet to post but have more or less given up on collecting. Also have a new photoshop installed and cannot get on with it. My new computer will not support my old version, so scanning etc. is not happening until this gets sorted.

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 Pete and Joe  I am happy to hear you gents are still here.  I was beginning to wonder what had happened.  Pete I am glad you are here.  Was it hard to give up collecting?  I have slowed down quite a bit but still get urges which result in more postings.  Its as if the hobby itself has slowed.

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 Was it hard to give up collecting?

Dead easy, except for the "Oooh, I haven't got that one........" syndrome.

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