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Current Residence: ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha
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Wallpaper of choice: I don't like wallpaper, wallpaper is too old fashioned and tacky. I like my walls painted.
Skin of choice: I like my own skin just fine thanks.
Well, this morning we lost one of my grandmothers. It's not a shock or anything, actually she was already 100 years old and on her way out, but it was still a bit of a surprising moment when you go downstairs and you get told she passed away. She was lucky though, 100 years old and she passed in her sleep of old age AND in her own home. That's more than can be said of many.

I plan to make a nice dinner tomorrow for my immediate family here that we plan to enjoy in her apartment as a way to say goodbye.

I kinda wish there was something more to say but there really isn't.

See you all later. -Traveller

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Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015
Very nice key! We just posted our findings on the RPF. You got most of the details very well but we might have found a few more: www.therpf.com/f9/yale-era-tar…
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Hordriss Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015
I've said for ages that it is clearly not a copy of the Pertwee key in a lot of the stories in which it is seen, thank you for vindicating me.

I can't take the credit for this, when I got the knod from you a while ago that the prop was different I went to Mooncrest's BookFace page to see if they were busy, they'd just finished the TARDIS model and were starting on the MKI console so rather than bother them, and knowing I couldn't make a good one myself, I contacted an interweb aquaintence who builds props and models. I guided the design with my knowledge of the original prop but the model is his. I also instigated his De-Mat circuit (pre-Mooncrest) and Stattenheim recall disk.

Criticism would be the wrong word but if I were to suggest one tiny improvement it would be that the top of the shield part should be broader and so the cross above. I do love this prop, so much that I'm afraid to wear it lest it break (it being resin). 
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Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015
Well, to be fair, there were at least two out of the four stories in season 12 that the prop was a Pertwee copy, but people all seemed to think it was only the Pertwee copy, but I twas told by the folks that own the original Pertwee that there was also a simplified key so that was always in the back of my mind until Terrasolo and I started talking about it.

Well, we've spoken to Gary at Mooncrest and he's said he is interested in making this key. We're going over details now and I'm drawing up what I can see at best.

As for your key, you got a lot right. The sides being angled is correct but the bottom lip on the back is missing on the Baker key and yes, the head at the top needs to be diamond shaped but over all it is close. I honestly wouldn't mess with it and just wait to see what Mooncrest does with his.
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fourth-heir Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2015
Hi there - thanks for faving :)
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GhostLord89 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for watching my page! I really appreciate it. :)
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MattSmithIsBae Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Please cheak out ma page.
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Digishade Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014   Digital Artist
Also, do I know you? Name for a name, you know. ;)
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Police-Box-Traveler Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014
Not now, but you used to, lol.
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Digishade Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014   Digital Artist
Well, that's rather frustratingly cryptic. Ah well. What's life without mystery, I suppose?
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