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 Post subject: Half Truncated Eastsheen 2x2 (Tiled)
PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 12:46 am 
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Hi guys, I auctioning off a tiled eastsheen, half truncated 2x2. It took about 4-5 hours to do all the cutting / milliput-ing / sanding / painting / and polishing, and maybe 45 minutes to cut out the custom tiles. All in all the puzzle is great, turns very easily, and is really fun to play with. The tiles are cut very well, and will never wear (They do fingerprint easily though, so if that bothers you then you'll have to just whipe them off when your done playing). Here are my pictures, and a video of me solving it.

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(Yes, I know I took a lot of pictures, but it's rare for me to have a camera, so I took advantage of it.)
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Now me being 15 years old, I dont have, nor can get an eBay account, because you have to put in a credit card to verify your identity. So the auction will take place here, please reply with your bid. I will charge $5 to ship to the USA, and $10 to ship internationaly. PayPal only, and happy bidding.
(Bidding ends September 1st)

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:09 am 
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what are the tiles made out of?


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The tiles are made out of (yes, i know this sounds cheap) the centers of plastic plates. I found that standard plastic plates you can get at party stores are perfect. They have the right thickness to them, they never wear, and they have an almost reflective look to them. I gaurentee that you'll love these tiles.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:45 am 
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Well that's nifty. Nice job.


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Oh common, SOMEONE has to want this puzzle. Bid I say! Bid! lol

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I begin....
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US$1.01


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US$ 1.02 :wink:


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Wow, this is going for more then I ever imagined! lol. If this doesn't ge tto $30 im canceling it because i'd lose more then i made.

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Try to charge $30 for overseas postage LOL




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Hmm, that could work. Lol, just kidding. My shipping is like $5-ish.

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Frank wrote:
US$ 1.02 :wink:


US$ 1.03 :wink: :wink:


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Come on, guys... at least we can make it eBay increments. I'll bump it up to $10.


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I bid $12.

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Common, two days left. I'll settle for $18, I really dont want to cancel the auction.

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$16


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Auction is over.
Carter check your IMs.

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