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Imbed This (in Lucite)!

A few weeks ago I posted some remarks about getting books imbedded in

lucite. Several readers e-mailed in saying they wanted stuff of their own

imbedded in lucite, and asking for the name of the firm that had done this

work for me.

I told them it was Doremus Advertising of New York City. Well, yesterday I

went down to see Doremus to arrange to have a copy of Prime Obsession

imbedded in lucite. They told me they no loger do this work, but they gave

me the name of the firm that does (i.e. that bought out this part of

Doremus’s operations). This firm is also in New York City. I went over

there. They were extremely friendly & helpful. If there is anything you’d

like to have imbedded in lucite, at least on the east coast, these are the

people to talk to. Full contact information here.

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