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Discussion in 'The Reading Room' started by Indy Magnoli, Jul 15, 2004.
Why do you want a Canadian passport, Mr. Sable?
Cause, like, I'm Canadian, eh? And I need to hide out in Ensenada for a while, eh? Beauty.
I am now able to make my passport replicas with genuine gold foil covers, like this:
If I get too good at this I'll have the Feds beating down my door... or in my case, I suppose it'll be Interpol.
Top craftmanship, do me a favor an if you see The Jackle, tell him that he must come to my house to have dinner.
Thought I'd bump this old thread up for those who never got to see it.
I've now moved beyond heat-transfer foil to genuine die-stamped foil:
Though not vintage, this cover better shows the detail and quality of the new cover stock and foil method I'm using:
Here are some newer images of my vintage passport replicas:
US circa 1930s:
UK circa 1940s:
So, if anyone is interested in a vintage passport, I can fully customize these with your own photo and fictional-travel visas. Drop me a PM or e-mail.
Wow, these are cool, Indy.:eusa_clap :eusa_clap
Oh man...I wish I had a time machine; I can think of someone who'd like some good replica documents....
Just finished this replica of Joel Cairo's Greek Passport from The Maltese Falcon:
That is very cool, indeed.
Random question: can you do a Kingdom of Hawaii replica passport, circa 1890?
What would be sharp would be one for Ellery Queen, ca. 1938 -- and use a pic of Richard Carlson from Hold That Ghost, wearing the rimless spectacles and looking very studious:
That's not a passport-type photo, though. How about this?
(I originally wrote "Hugh Marlowe," because I always confuse those two actors . . . and Marlowe did play Ellery Queen on TV -- )
Wondering what a 60's era US passport for Napoleon Solo, or Russian passport for Illya Kuryakin would look like?