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"That quaint little world of finite supply and demand was blown to smithereens- as thoroughly as the planet Alderaan- in November 1998, when DJ Ginsberg and Marilyn Wagner of Omaha were invited into the back room of a local store called Franx Antiques and Art. That's where they first encountered a cache of 400-plus cardboard boxes filled with more than 50,000 assorted-sized print blocks, plus another 8,000 or so printing plates, all featuring advertisements for movies produced from 1932 to the early 1980s. -ms.04.30.18 #
A post from the daily flow of linkage called Fresh Signals, at Coudal.com.