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WOW! Looks great! I bet it feels good to finally have it all come together! How long did this project take from the start to finish?

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Well done Lawrence,

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Paul Gauthier wrote:
Well done Lawrence,



The question is have the quarters gone up in value since this project started :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

it is truly lovely. lots of love in that project

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Really looks nice Lawrence. 8)

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It was a long road but it sure looks to have been worth it. Great job.


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Dude - did that ever turn out nice! Thanks for letting us have a part in it! 8)

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Very nice Lawrence! Now you just need those last two quarters and then you can start on the one for the Districts and Territories. ;-)


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Beautiful work Lawrence! Great to see it completed and happy to have played a small part.

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Oh, come on. That's gorgeous!

Now, we need some close ups of New Jersey so I can send them to my dad... :D

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Turned out great, glad to have been a part of it.
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Turned out fantastic! Thanks for taking us along for the trip of this project and allowing us to be a small part of it!

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Looks great Lawrence. Thanks for posting so we could see the final product.
At this rate the map is worth more than the quarters!


Now if you'd just make Alaska the actual size in comparison...

Well, that'd be a whole 'nother map, eh? :D

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wow lawrence ! that was well worth the wait , its fantastic looking ! thanks for sharing the finished product with us all 8)

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Congratulations, Lawrence. You did a great job and this is the kind of
project that your great-grandkids will be admiring and passing along.

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