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Mercheum history, conclusion — 5 Comments

  1. Your toys are still in the original packaging! I could have never done that. I like to play with my toys … and then take them apart when they’re broken. But each to their own.

    You look like you’re having a lot of fun doing this. It’ll be nice to see all the items as you get them photographed.

    • I must confess, these are not “my” toys, these are items I have bought within the last few years as collectibles. My own toys (except for my Lego) are long since gone, either broken or handed down to younger friends.

      As for fun, this has been a lot more work than I originally anticipated, but yes it is fun work. I’m enjoying learning about WordPress, and refining my product photography skills, but most of all I am enjoying sharing these items with the world.

      Thanks for the great comment!

      -Jon

    • Thank you so much! Glad you like the layout. I hope others will be inspired to share their memorabilia as well. I know it’s work to take pictures and such, but it’s rewarding to share the results with others!

      All the best,

      Jon

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