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March 10, 1996|By Laura Barnhardt

A roundup of new products and services

Collectible Sounds

"Gone With the Wind" fans will love the newest collector item from Talking Frames Corp. The company has mounted a full-color photo of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler embracing. An outline of the movie's story line is printed on the back. With the push of a small button, you can hear authentic audio from the movie soundtrack, which has been recorded on micro-electronics. The "Gone With the Wind" frame is part of a commemorative series called Remarkable Moments. Other talking frames include "The Wizard of Oz," the first-ever moon landing featuring Apollo 11, John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, the Allied invasion of Normandy, and the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team's upset victory over the Soviets. The hand-numbered collectibles are available for $79.95 plus shipping and handling. Call (800) MOMENT-5.

Tumblers That Shimmer

Drinking may never be the same now that Fyrglas Inc. has introduced its shimmering Starglas illuminated beverage tumblers. The acrylic beverage containers, which feature the latest in light-emitting diode (LED) optic technology, display an illuminated logo, image or design. Fyrglas offers a standard selection of etched designs, including a golf, sailboat and dinosaur motif, for between $12.95 and $14.95 each. You can also create your own image for orders of 200 or more. The 12-ounce tumblers are dishwasher safe. For a complete catalog or to order, call (800) 348-2718. Get a touch of Baltimore and Maryland on some of your household and personal items. Rainbow Photo Images, a local, home-based business, has transferred photographs of 14 popular area scenes, including the Inner Harbor and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, onto magnets, T-shirts, greeting cards and even a computer mouse pad. Prices range from $9.95 to $12.95. Shipping is an additional $2. For a catalog or to order, call (410) 433-1584.

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