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Nah, it's not that important. The poster is something of a collectors item, but in all my teenage wisdom many years ago I decided to hang it on my wall...
It's been off my wall for years now, but the tape still sticks.
I MIGHT be able to find a new poster if I looked really hard (they come with a limited LP), but that'll cost me (almost certainly less than having the tape professionally removed)
Thanks for your concern.
Those who do professional restorations of old master paintings use acetone I think. You might as well try something as you've nothing to lose except the search for another LP in the hope it'll have poster with it. Good luck.
If there is one thing more dangerous than getting between a bear and her cubs it's getting between my wife and her chocolate.
Acetone. It normally dissolves such adhesives, but not printed ink. It does dissolve applied ink, such as writing or stamps, do beware.
Apply to the poster behind the intruder and give it time to loosen it up. Then, very gently, starting from a corner, gently roll off the tape.
HTML was invented by a bored physicist. That's wrong.
Then they threw in something that easilly surpassed the horror of VB6: Java Script. That's very wrong.
And to this day no two browsers can really agree on how to present this mess. That's far beyond wrong.