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Hello Everyone

Many thanks to all of you who have already subscribed to the magazine.
The first issue will be out in a couple of weeks. This is just a reminder
that if you have any FOR SALE or WANTED ads.please let me know ASAP.

Thanks again, Jerry :D
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Dear Jerry,
It was only yesterday that I looked at this web site; and I did'nt realise that your magazine was starting so soon.. I have been in Spain the last few weeks and I don't have a cheque book, and don't use credit cards. However would you please book me down for the first year's subscription, and I will bring the money around your house when I get back next week I am really pleased that that you have started this venture. I know how hard it is to start a new idea up and wish you every success with it in the future.
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JC wrote:Many thanks to all of you who have already subscribed to the magazine.
What magazine?
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.... go to the "NEWS" flag on the left of this page, then page down.


:D Badpenny
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Ah, got it. It might be better if the OP was "less backward in coming forward" and had included the URL in his post.
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Here it is: Mechanical Memories Magazine.

I'll try to find somewhere on the site to put a permanent link.
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Hi Everyone

Good News! The first issue is now ready for printing. All I then have to do is fold 900 sheets of paper, staple them together, put them in envelopes, print the labels..... Hopefully the magazines should be in the post Monday
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Excellent content in the magazine - keep it up. Looks like a venture that everyone can get involved in. What do the rest of you think? :cool:
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Yeah excellent mag nice to have something with some content it can only go from strength to strength well done! :D @&@
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I entirely agree with your comments about the new mag. It is excellent for a first issue. I like the A5 format and the writing is of an unexpectedly high quality. It just needs a few more advertisements. Why not combine your own web-based ads with the print based ones and reach the crossover audience? Anyway in the meantime, good luck to Jerry and you are doing a grand job yourself on the website. Keep up the good work!
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Yes, great mag! More ads needed, come on, look in your shed and get some stuff sold. I read it cover to cover having a cup of tea the other day, can't wait till May!!!
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Got the 2nd mag. Great, good read. This is not really important but there isn't much stuff on ebay at the moment has it all ran out??
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Hi All :D , I have just received this months Mechanical Memories Magazine, Issue No29 dated Nov 2009 :oops: or maybe that should read 2008… But I think we can forgive Jerry this slip again as he has been very busy over the last few weeks getting ready for the annual auction in Coventry, and it sounds as if it going to be a good one :thumbs: . Anyway back to the Magazine… I would like to thank Richard Brewerton for sharing his home made Penny Falls change machine with us all, what a brilliant idea! And it will blend in with almost any vintage collection… Why didn’t I think of that? I also found the article on the history of Charles Ahrens to be a good read. Of course if you don’t subscribe to the Magazine and why don’t you? You will have missed out on all this. Click on the link viewtopic.php?t=467 and subscribe NOW! after all it’s your Magazine. :tarah:
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I have just received this months Mechanical Memories Magazine, Issue No29 dated Nov 2009

Oh bugger! I can't believe I've got the date wrong again - the wrong bloody year this time.......I really can't be trusted with this can I?

Jerry :dammit:
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I really can't be trusted with this can I?
Oh yes you can Jerry !

I don't know how you find the time every month do put this magazine together - well done.

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Sod it, just remembered I haven't sent off for the Coventry auction catalogue.

cheque is in the post Jerry.........Honestly !!!!!!!!!!!
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You can subscribe to MMM from this site at: www.pennymachines.co.uk/MMM.htm

or at: www.joylandbooks.com
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Hi Jerry :D Well done on another great issue of the magazine, No 34..... and happy birthday to the mag as it is now in its 4th year !!THUMBSX2!! keep up the good work, and remember fellow slotties if your magazine subscription is due you can renew it from this link, https://pennymachines.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=467 and if you have never subscribed :shock: you don't know what you are missing, so do it now :cool:
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Hi Jerry :D , Thanks for getting the Magazine back on track. with all the other things you have been doing this year it can't have been an easy thing to do :dammit: ,
As there has been some talk about Home Chrome on the Pennymacines forum I have just put together a two part article on Nickel Plating at home :didact: that should be of interest to the readers of the magazine, so I hope that everyone's subscriptions are up to date :tut , ( plug for Mechanical Memories Magazine ). You can subscribe here on line at https://pennymachines.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?t=467
Go on you know you want to!!! :tarah:
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Alternatively catch up with Jerry at Coventry.
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