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    Posted: 21 December 2020 at 23:10
Originally posted by Colin Colin wrote:

Originally posted by Steve Steve wrote:

[QUOTE=Colin]Wouldn't mind a La Mave Resten postcard though - save me one  

The postcard is only iffy Photoshop I am afraid, but if I get round to the real thing (if enough people are interested...?) you'll be first to know.  

One of the few benefits of the Covid lockdowns, a little more time available than usual for adding some extra items, particularly something requested by collectors.

The printed versions are not quite identical to the Photoshop version originally shown here though, perhaps these things evolve over time  :-)


Thank you to everyone who has posted comments here, it's nice to be able to respond to your requests for once!
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Wonderful to have a pre-postage paid postcard of La Maven Resten to add to the 2020 Isle of Vue issue.



My article for January's Cinderella Philatelist is an update on Colin's fantasy cinderellas over the past four years, right up to the Isle of Whoooo!! events. I have already submitted it for publication, and think that the editor has already got to work on the magazine layout so can't really add this. Perhaps anther update in four years time.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Steve Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 November 2020 at 01:06
I should have said that both the Attractions ticks and the newspaper article come on very authentic looking paper, which just adds to the credibility of these ephemera
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Originally posted by elmstead elmstead wrote:

Don't wake up the witch ?


YES!!!


Or ... perhaps Do Not Wake Up To The Witch?
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I have now had a boost to my All Hallows event ticket collection - thanks Joolz. Have I got the full set? Here are all the different attrractions so far. Some of these will appear on different coloured paper, while all have the same design on the reverse - botom left on the picture.



Nao Acorser a busen *
Tunel d'Amor
Pandemische Downlocken *
Zombien VarrAssing
Turen Unterverdenen
Invade de la wax mummy
Spooken Hausen
Truc ooo Tracken
Casa den Fantasmagoricas
Shok therapie

I have spares of those maket * if anybody would like one
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Colin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 November 2020 at 06:19
Originally posted by elmstead elmstead wrote:

Don't wake up the witch ?

YES!!!
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Don't wake up the witch ?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Colin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 November 2020 at 22:06
I found this in an old book of Laernu children's games. I would imagine the adult version would be a little more challenging...

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nao acordar 
Don't wake up ??
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Colin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 November 2020 at 09:28
The written language of Laernu generally is based on a mixture of the great explorative nations such as Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, France and Britain. This is due to the great number of maritme visitors who have left their mark on Laernu over the centuries. However it is a received language as the original Laernu tribes did not write, so frequently there will be words based on how a word sounds rather than how it is written. Sometimes this might include elements such as 'er' and 'un' or 'en' where a visitor might be stumbling for the precise word - but in doing so create something similar. 

Not much help as Google Translate does not readily accept Laernu, but fiddle around and it will frequently recognise words and provide an adequate solution. 

Like so many things in Laernu, language is a work in constant progress...  Wink

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