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SFX - - First Contact -

Nigel Firth sent us a pic­ture of his Xenomorph poster. “I’ve had an Alien (poster) in my at­tic for some years. It was pro­duced at Scan­decor in Ger­many. It is in good or­der, with only the cor­ners show­ing its age. Could you put a val­u­a­tion on my acid-spit­ting friend, as there is a hole form­ing in my bed­room ceil­ing as I write this ema...” ADAM CARTER OF VEC­TIS SAYS: “Un­for­tu­nately this par­tic­u­lar poster is a re­pro­duc­tion and is ul­ti­mately worth very lit­tle, if any­thing. Scan­decor are a well-known prin­ter of li­censed re­pro­duc­tions, and all those posters you see in your lo­cal su­per­mar­ket or HMV are li­censed re­pro­duc­tions.

“Orig­i­nal posters are not sold in out­lets like the afore­men­tioned. If you want orig­i­nals you need to look mainly on­line, but please make sure you buy from a rep­utable source.”

If you’ve got a piece of mem­o­ra­bilia you’d like us to fea­ture, send us a photo of your item with a few words about what it means to you, to sfx@fu­turenet. com, us­ing the sub­ject line Cash In The AT-AT.

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