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I've seen the wrapping paper before (online though) but the keychain looks new. Thanks for sharing!
....oh wait the paper is available online now for $3.
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I've seen the wrapping paper in the US, but I haven't seen the key chain yet. Thanks for posting. I've also seen gift bags at the Lego Store and a canvas tote bag that seemed new(er).
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Thanks for the news. I've seen the wrapping paper, but the keychain is new to me and looks like a interesting product. I wonder if they'll create one for every country with a Lego store or Legoland. :)
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We've had the "New York" keychain and magnet at our store (Rockefeller Center) for a few weeks now. The minifigure isn't removable from the magnet and these items are aimed as tokens for our 90% tourist traffic. Word is we will get the torso, cap and face as part of our Build-A-Mini station in the future as well as a mini Statue of Liberty poly-bag a-la Brick Apple. Enjoy
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just posting my shot
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- Location: Barrie, Ontario, Canada (aka The Great White North)
So how much is the Canada key chain anyway?
Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard disk?
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