MORE EXCHANGES that took place at The Small Publisher's Fair, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square (aka the 'Purple Car Chain', and several other chains without photos):
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I have exchanged my house measurements for a purple plastic car. 


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I gave a visual teaching aid and took some specifications for a Victorian terrace in London.    

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I gave a handbag hook the has stayed unused in my handbag. I bought it in Wales. I have taken a visual aid for teaching which I think I will find more useful!   

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I took a handbag hook and I left a notebook I bring along from China.

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I exchanged a hair pin for a Chinese notebook with Chinese writing inside. 

AND…. A lot more exchanges, without photos:


HISTORY MATTERS BADGE CHAIN

I have exchanged a packet of wildflower seed for a history matters badge

I am giving a marble I carry around in my bag for emergency situations with my son when he’s in desperate need toplay! I took some wild flower seed

I exchanged the marble for a pencil sharpener (pink and glittery)

I exchanged my bingo token for a pink pencil sharpener!

Given one piece of my first missed silverprint photograph – exchanged with a Martin’s bingo.

I have given one of my artist’s books  - a kit for building a 3D language object in exchange for a print that will be a beautiful book mark.

I took a book of poetry and left a picture of my ex I lost my V to. Ellen

I gave a ring I found on Garratt Lane. In exchange I have a photo a girl called Ellen hates so much. I will love it…

I gave a lipstick in exchange for a ring. The lipstick was very dear to me as a momento of my friend’s wedding, but I’ll never wear the colour again.

I gave my business card offering a discount on a healing or meditation in exchange for a lipstick



GOLD BUTTON CHAIN

I have exchanged my keyring for a gold button

I am taking the Moomin keyring. I have left a tortoiseshell hair pin which belonged to my friend’s mother.

Given my cherry chap stick and I have taken hair grip



IRISH COIN CHAIN

I have exchanged 2 Waitrose coins received at work for an Irish coin. Kirsty

I gave the aspirin I bought when I meant to buy ibuprofen – took the Waitrose tokens




The RED BEAD CHAIN

I have exchanged a red bead for a broken pen chewed by my daughter. Helen




The PAPER PIECES BEGINNING OF SOMETHING CHAIN

I exchanged a portion of money particles as exemplary of the imaginary economy for paper pieces, the beginning of something

I exchanged a series of handbag memories for some shredded US dollars

I have given one of my artist’s books, a documentation of a performance when i inscribed my past onto London pavements in exchange for the contents of a handbag including lots of lovely messages

I took Hazel McMichal’s “Pavement”. It looks fantastic and I can’t wait to show it off to my husband. I left my first attempt at InDesign for which I had a class today

I gave my pocket magnifier in exchange for Ariane’s fist design attempt

I exchanged a used ticket for an exhibition at the British Museum for a magnifier

Exchanged a postcard for an exhibition ticket from the British Museum




WOVEN WICKER BALL CHAIN

I have given my defunct gym membership card and taken a small woven wicker ball

I gave my foam filled shower gel bottle and got a health and leisure club card.



THREE BLACK HOOKS CHAIN

Today at the bottom of my bag I found a new 2ml syringe. It’s fresh from the vet and very useful. Its exchange is with the three black hooks – notions.

I have an old chip from the last day of my freshers, kept it for a friend for later on to bet with. Never took it back so however much this is worth, has been sitting in my purse. Good luck. I took the syringe for my ink.

I took a token (chip) and left a ticket from ”The Genius of Illumination” at British Library



PIECE OF READYSPEX GLASSES CHAIN

I gave a video-poem DVD and took part of a pair of Readyspex glasses

I gave my black merker pen for Jennie Cole’s ‘a hidden sale’

I gave a, white, plain, useful plastic bag which I carefully folded to put inanything I collected today. I am so wanting to stop collecting, accumulating. You may need this bag. I took the big marker pen with thanks andjoy at the message.




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