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    • Wide-eyed Tourist
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    Questions about DL wall maps....

    I am really looking forward to getting a 50th wall map, but I'm wondering...

    Are they hard to get? (will they be sold out in October?)

    Can you get them rolled instead of folded to avoid fold lines?

    How much do they cost?

    Any answers would be greatly appreciated, thank you!

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    They have a LOT of them and I think they will have them for quite a while.

    Haven't seen any that are not folded.

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    Hope that helps!

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    They are five dollars now, and they are really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travelmom
    They are five dollars now, and they are really nice.
    Yep, got mine last week. I wouldn't worry about not getting one.


    This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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    I want one. I've got five dollars.
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    They are prefolded, so you cannot completely get rid of the lines. Very annoying.
    You say Im a bitch like its a bad thing.

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    I was at the park yesterday (along with a ton of other people) and a CM at the Showcase shop said that rolled maps would be available "later in the year," and that this is the way it's always been done -- folded first, rolled later. I hope that's right! I'll buy another one. There's a frame at Aaron Brothers that I think will fit it just about right.

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    boo to the fold first roll later philosophy
    There's an old joke I just made up: How many of me would it take to screw up your life?

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    Does anyone have a picture of what they look like??
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    They are very Nice.

    Morigoon picked me up one, and I had it Pressed onto a white foam board at a framing place (Cost around $10) It Almost presses out the creases where the Folds are.

    Overall it LOOKS GREAT, and now hangs in my Hallway.
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    Hmm... that's a great idea... how did you hang it? Nails in the board, or is there a hanging mechanism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bass Shakers
    I was at the park yesterday (along with a ton of other people) and a CM at the Showcase shop said that rolled maps would be available "later in the year," and that this is the way it's always been done -- folded first, rolled later. I hope that's right! I'll buy another one. There's a frame at Aaron Brothers that I think will fit it just about right.
    I'm not sure that's true. I bought one of the old wall maps earlier this year - the map with all the old 1998 New Tomorrowland stuff on it and it was folded. I didn't see it anywhere else rolled... I wish I had... A rolled version would have been nice and I wouldn't have even minded paying a couple extra bucks for it...
    The CM was probably just yankin your leg... sometimes those crazy CMs just like to do that, you know..

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    If you really want a copy of the map without the folds it will cost you. You have to either buy it at the 50th Anniversary Event in Lithograph form for $350 (Edition Limited to 100) or hope they don't sell out and they may appear in the Gallery later. Here's a picture of the lithograph from the Event merchandise website:

    http://www.register123.com/event/acc....Litho.Map.jpg

    Here's a look at the rest of the merchandise available at the Event:

    http://www.register123.com/event/pro...&varPage=hotel

    -Travis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrigoon
    Hmm... that's a great idea... how did you hang it? Nails in the board, or is there a hanging mechanism?
    It's so light I used 2 sided tape. It's pressed to a lightweight foam board.


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    Quote Originally Posted by disneylandian192
    Does anyone have a picture of what they look like??
    I posted some close-ups awhile back, spread throughout this thread. Click the thumbnails.
    http://www.micechat.com/showthread.php?t=4033

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