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BOLT2 jacket
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I just bought a copy of BOLT2 and the book is in great condition, the jacket is in good condition but has a lot of tanning to the under side. Can anyone explain the greenish color to the gold lettering? thanks

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Posted on: 2012/5/17 16:46


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Peeta wrote:
I just bought a copy of BOLT2 and the book is in great condition, the jacket is in good condition but has a lot of tanning to the under side. Can anyone explain the greenish color to the gold lettering? thanks


It is a very common problem with BoLT 2. I have seen more copies where the gold effect has oxidised than not. Seems to be a problem that does not affect any of the other volumes.

Stu

Posted on: 2012/5/18 2:57

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Very interesting that it only affects BOLT2, thanks Stu. I was hoping that it was common, but its a shame because it kinda messes up the flow of the series...

Posted on: 2012/5/18 7:25






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