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RE: Scroll idea

Poster: Scott Silvers/James of Westmorland <ssilvers@liberty.uc.wlu.edu>

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	If I may add my two coins worth.

	I think displaying the scrolls is a great idea.  I'd love to be 
able to see some of the works produced by our Kingdom's magnificent 
artists.  When it comes to safety, may I make the following suggestion:  
Provide frames with the scrolls.  One can purchase extremely cheap frames 
at Wal-Mart or K-mart which would sufficiently protect the scrolls from 
most forms of damage.  Perhaps a sheet of clear plastic would also be 
necessary to protect from fluid damage, but the frames would do to keep 
the scrolls from being crushed or damaged by handling, besides giving the 
receiver a safer way to transport (A good friend of mine received his AoA 
at an event last year, but had to wait almost a month to get his scroll 
back because he had no way to transport it safely and gave it to someone 
else, who he was not able to see for some time.)


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