Unboxing of Celestial edition of Good Omens

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Tonyblack

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I think I could learn to live without that. If someone wants to give it to me, that's a different matter.
 

=Tamar

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It's seriously neat stuff! Still, the only extra I really want is the original form of William the Antichrist. Just out of curiosity.
 
Jul 27, 2008
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If it's the one I'm thinking of, I was told £6,666. A tad out of my price range. :cry:
That was the price I seen Penners, even £666.00 would have been too much. In an other link with Neil Gaiman

twitter.com/neilhimself/status/1331300389703081984/photo/1




Neil Gaiman

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And the hat, in this case, belonged to Sir Terry Pratchett. What an achievement. Please never tell me what the Celestial Edition costs.
https://twitter.com/neilhimself/status/1331300421885956096/photo/1
 

pip

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The Ineffable edition and occult edition are pretty nice too, and are a little cheaper at 295 pound and 95 pound
 

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