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Win Jaws Print and Limited Edition Coin Thanks To Smart Arts Gallery

We have another great competition this week and this time the theme is Jaws.  Yes, the 1975 Spielberg directed classic is commonly a fan favourite and we're giving one lucky person a chance at winning some top quality Jaws merchandise to add to their collection.  Big thanks to Smart Arts Gallery for once again supplying these amazing prizes, why not give them a visit and see what other goodies they have?

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First prize thanks to Smart Arts Gallery

The Prizes
First we have a fine piece of artwork.  This print is officially licensed and its run is limited to only 995 worldwide.  Each print is hand numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Universal Studios.

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Second prize thanks to Smart Arts Gallery
The second prize is this stunning collector's coin which is limited to 9,995 worldwide.  Like the print, it's officially licenced by Universal Studios and is embossed on both sides and individually numbered.  These coins are always popular with collectors and become highly collectable.

What Do I Need To Do To Win These Awesome Prizes?
To be in with a chance of winning these awesome prizes, just answer this easy question:

Which one is the correct line from the movie, Jaws?

A - "twenty four hours is like three days."
B - "twenty four hours is like three weeks."
C - "twenty four hours is like three months."

The Rules
Post your answer either in the comments, on our Facebook page or Twitter page.
One lucky winner will win the two prizes. We are making the competition available to everyone all over the world and one answer will get you entered. We will choose a lucky winner completely at random. The winner will be contacted for a mailing address and we will aim to get the print and coin out within a few days of winning. We cannot substitute the prize and unfortunately we cannot be responsible for loss in the post. Closing date is Sunday 26th August, 4pm GMT.  The winner does not have to be announced if they wish to stay anonymous.

Huge thanks to Smart Arts Gallery for their generosity.  The Bearded Trio can't recommend enough, honestly they have some really tempting collectables on their site including merchandise from E.T, Back to the Future and Star Wars.

Good luck everyone.

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