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A couple of new masks.

Postby Colbster » Wed May 30, 2012 9:59 pm

I had a great week of mask hunting last week. I found an original vinyl DPS 1967/1976 "Skull" in an old costume shop last Wednesday and I bought it for $45, I love this mask and it's my very first mask related to "HalloweeN III". The shop owner was not familiar of its association with the movie. Some of its original paint had faded away but it's in such a great shape. The next score that came in on last Friday is an original DPS 1986 "The Mask" still tagged, this copy came from an inventory leftover of an old costume shop in Springfield, MO that had been closed for many years. The purchasers of the shop's contents had no idea that it was supposed to be a Michael Myers mask so I bought it for only $9.99. :wink:
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby Colbster » Wed May 30, 2012 10:00 pm

DPS 1986 "The Mask".
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby LRSR_MASK » Wed May 30, 2012 10:06 pm

Whew !! That is Very sound. just i like old masks.

take care my friend Colbster

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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby Spook » Wed May 30, 2012 10:59 pm

Congrats on some fine masks, Colby! Nothing beats a DPS Skull...well, maybe a '75 Kirk! :P

Thanks for sharing.

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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby dadrinnin » Wed May 30, 2012 11:05 pm

Congrats on your new scores...Dean
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby squidboy » Thu May 31, 2012 12:02 am

Saw these on Facebook. Great scores.

Pity about the crease on "The Mask" (when I read that the seller folded the mask I wanted to crap...despite the great price of course, still who ships that way?).

Any way to get the crease out? Hair Dryer on low?
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby mtlongy » Thu May 31, 2012 1:52 am

Very lucky my friend those are fantastic pieces :D be sure to update us when you got that DP 86 foam filled :D
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby anth0777 » Thu May 31, 2012 3:03 am

Oh man you got an 86 :o Lucky dog....Congrats on the haulage buddy :drinkers:
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby Colbster » Thu May 31, 2012 6:08 pm

Thank you Leo, Mark, Dean, squidboy, Marcus, and Anthony! Much appreciated for the comments.

Maybe one day, Mark... Heh! Just gotta keep digging...

squidboy, yeah it was folded in half inside the package and ABSOLUTELY NO mask should have been shipped in that way. It actually looks worse when it's not stuffed, being stuffed to the max really helps it to keep its shape but I couldn't stuff out the crease. I have heard of the hair dryer method but I have never tried it, I always feared that it would heat up my mask too much and melt it... LOL. I'm planning to get it foam-filled so hopefully that will smooth out the crease, I appreciate the advice. :D

I sure will share some pictures after I get it foam-filled. :wink:

Leo, text me anytime! I'm not as busy anymore. :rock:
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby thedeadlycreator » Thu May 31, 2012 9:14 pm

that skull looks amazing even with the paint all chipped off it gives the mask a funky tone.
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CS Resurrection h8 original
H4 Jamie Lloyd clown mask
collegeville clown mask and costume


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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby GHOSTCLOUD » Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:33 am

NICE MASKS
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby mtlongy » Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:46 am

Colbster wrote:Thank you Leo, Mark, Dean, squidboy, Marcus, and Anthony! Much appreciated for the comments.

Maybe one day, Mark... Heh! Just gotta keep digging...

squidboy, yeah it was folded in half inside the package and ABSOLUTELY NO mask should have been shipped in that way. It actually looks worse when it's not stuffed, being stuffed to the max really helps it to keep its shape but I couldn't stuff out the crease. I have heard of the hair dryer method but I have never tried it, I always feared that it would heat up my mask too much and melt it... LOL. I'm planning to get it foam-filled so hopefully that will smooth out the crease, I appreciate the advice. :D

I sure will share some pictures after I get it foam-filled. :wink:

Leo, text me anytime! I'm not as busy anymore. :rock:


Hey Colby isn't the hair dryer method just for vinyl? since vinyl is a type of plastic it softens up and allows you to manipulate it to get out any imperfections. I could be wrong but i thought it was just for vinyl :)
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby TheShape1188 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:42 am

Colb you rock brother great stuff....always love opening your threads!!
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby lionel_luthor » Fri Jun 01, 2012 6:13 am

Those are sweet scores Colby! That vinyl skull is killer
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Re: A couple of new masks.

Postby lionel_luthor » Fri Jun 01, 2012 6:14 am

mtlongy wrote:Hey Colby isn't the hair dryer method just for vinyl? since vinyl is a type of plastic it softens up and allows you to manipulate it to get out any imperfections. I could be wrong but i thought it was just for vinyl :)

I've had relative success with it with a CS mask
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