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I am in search of of an Ouija Board - I noticed on your website you have quite a few.
I am not sure which one to purchase, are there any significant differences between them? Which would you recommend to purchase?
E Sydney Australia
I guess I am just an old fashioned kinda guy. I often say to people that the board chooses you, not you the board.. In saying that you said old.?The older you go the more collectible they become. I like boards to have a little history or story even if its just a child hood memory or its been in the attic for years. I dont get too many Hollywood style haunting stories though.
As a user board I like the 1960 style boards. Ultimately a board is a board but being a young young child of the 60's it has some meaning that the board was from that era. Now if you are a child of the 90's the later boards are good too. Heres my Vid if you haven't already seen it Ouija 60 years in 135 seconds
I am trying to get some old pre 1930 's Fuld boards but price on these will be in excess of $200 + at this stage. My man in the US is telling me late January maybe. They are wood or solid Ply where as the 1960 boards are more a Masonite type hard wood. the 1970's on are a hard board still ok .
The copp and clark board is hard wood from the 1940's . Its very
plain though. The ouija queen as stated has seen a few hard rides on a
few dark nights but it has character and attraction .Strangely its
attracted to me. If a board come to me and is creepy I get rid of it
quickly. Unlike some I dont profess to be a master at the art of ouija.
I just have a feel for them and enjoy collecting and selling them. Ouija
boards are simple things really.
Gee... E have a look through if one grabs you let me know if not I would be happy to advise of any new arrivals as soon as possible.
Contact Colin Colin4272@gmail.com
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