3rd Question in the Imprints $50 Gift Certificate Contest

QUESTION CLOSED

Here is the third question for another chance to be entered into the drawing for a $50 gift certificate to the bookstore of your choice. Enter your response in the comments, which are being moderated so no one can peek. You don’t have to have answered any other question to answer this one. Hint: the answer to this question is in the first chapter of Imprints.

Question #3
In Imprints what does Mrs. Fullmer buy from Autumn’s antiques shop after learning the possible fate of her missing daughter?

The first two questions are now closed, but there is still time to respond to future questions. After I post the comments, it’ll be too late! You get one entry for your correct answer and one for everyone else you send here to comment. Good luck! And remember if you enjoyed Imprints, please let Deseret Book know that you’d love to see more of this genre! You can do this by clicking here. Good luck!

25 Responses to “3rd Question in the Imprints $50 Gift Certificate Contest”

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    Holly Bates
    answer—Chinese thirteenth century Jun Yao vase
    sent by: your facebook post

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  2. Francie

    13th century chinese jun yao vase

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  3. Rachel Williamson Harris DeVaughn

    She bought a Chinese 13th century Jun Yao vase for $700.
    Rachel DeVaughn-Virginia
    rchicaharris@yahoo.com

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  4. Stephanie Skidmore

    Stephanie Skidmore

    She bought a Chinese thirteen-century Jun Yao vase

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  5. Mandy

    Amanda

    Answer: chinese thirteenth century Jun Yao vase

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  6. jenjermad

    A vase

    Jeni Roberts

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  7. Sarah

    A red and blue vase

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  8. Daron D. Fraley

    I believe it was a vase, but I don't have the book to check. Someone in the family stole it to read.

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  9. The King and Queen

    A vase
    Melissa Lybbert
    I sent myself!

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  10. Suze

    She buys an antique Chinese Vase (at least I think it was Chinese). I don't have my book to reference, so I hope I remembered this correctly! Either way, I know it was a vase.

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  11. Becky B.

    Um… it's been awhile since I read but I think it was a large red antique vase?

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  12. Jorgensen Family

    Christina Jorgensen
    She bought a Chinese 13th Century Jun Yao vase.

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  13. Jenn Wilks

    She bought an expensive Chinese vase.

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  14. Angelica

    My sister Lisa sent me to your website. My name is Angelica. The answer to your 3rd question is: a vase. Thank you again for sharing your God given gift of writing with others. You are the BEST!!

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  15. Heather

    My name is Heather Parry
    I read Imprints a couple weeks ago and loved it! I'm not going to look in the book this time and hope I answer the question right. 🙂 I belive she bought a vase that cost around seven hundred 😀

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  16. jean

    Hi my name is Jean Thedell. I found your blog from your web sight, which I check about every 4-6 months. I love your books and have read each one. The answer to the 3rd question is Mrs. Fullmer bought, a Chinese thirteenth-century Jun Yao vase.

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  17. Becky Mallak

    Chinese 13-century Jun Yao vase.

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  18. Alison Warenski

    A vase
    Alison Warenski

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  19. Sherrie

    She buys a Chinese 13th century Jun Yao vase. I'm really enjoying the book. Halfway finished.

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  20. shary linfor

    Chinese thirteenth-century Jun Yao vase $700

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    Holly Bates
    answer: Chinese thirteenth century Jun Yao vase
    sent by: your facebook post

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  22. Laura

    Laura Lyon @ kristeenlyon29@yahoo.com

    Mrs. Fullmer purchased a Chinese thirteenth-century Jun Yao vase.

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  23. Anonymous

    My name is Holly Bjelland, Rachel herself sent me to her blog through facebook. Mrs Fullmer went back to Autumn and found a chinese vase, and purchased it as a sort of thank you for trying.

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  24. Adrienne

    a clock

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  25. Kylie

    Harmony Farm

    Kylie Durham

    Stephanie Skidmore sent me to this blog

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