32 Degrees

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32 Degrees is an exhibition put together to display final work by third year students studying BA Photography at the University of Lincoln. This auction is to raise money for our Final Degree Show.

Please Donate: 
https://www.gofundme.com/32Degrees 

We will be donating 1/3 of the money that we raise for our exhibition to Disabled Photography Society. More info about the charity can be found at http://www.the-dps.co.uk/

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Halina 35X
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Nines Magazine - Signed by Max
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Merrie Albion Monograph Book
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Macro/Brokeh 10x8 Print by @carlynotcarley
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England Uncensored SIGNED Hardcover
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One Mans War - Prints SIGNED by Paul RG Haley
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Purma Special Camera, 127mm Film, Spring-Loaded Le
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Praktica BX20
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Nines Magazine - Signed by Ross
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Jack Penny Illustration - Set of 2
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Thanks Maggie - Prints SIGNED by David Severn
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Kodak Brownie Reflex 20, Black/Silver, Film Size 6
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The Hunger Book SIGNED Hardcover
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Macro/Brokeh 10x8 Print by @carlynotcarley
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Minolta Dynax 404Si with 28-80mm Lens
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Olympia Big Royal View 35mm Camera with 50mm Lens
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The Junk Food Project Prints by Shy Burhan
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#Nsfw SIGNED Hardcover
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Jack Penny Illustration - Set of 3
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Jack Penny Illustration - Set of 2
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National Portraits by Daniel Meadows
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Macro/Brokeh 10x8 Print by @carlynotcarley
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Minolta Vectis S-1 Vintage SLR APS Film Camera
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Nines Magazine - Signed by Zoe
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Pop Hardcover SIGNED Hardcover
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Macro/Brokeh 10x8 Print by @carlynotcarley
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