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Instead of showing the pin to James, say "'Interesting. But I must say I'm not terribly interested in jewelry, sir.'"
Instead of showing the puzzle box to James, say "He examines the box carefully. 'Quite a find, sir. The lock is ingenious.'[paragraph break]James flips the box one way and then another. 'I[']m sure whomever you purchased it for will be delighted. The tree does seem familiar, though. Is it significant to you?'"
Instead of showing the sandalwood box to James, say "'I[']ve often admired it. It[']s where you keep your personal journals, is it not?'"
Instead of showing the small key to James, say "'It's the key to your flat, Doctor. Are you *certain* you are feeling all right?'"
Instead of showing the rod to James, say "'Why it[']s a Panopticon key, sir. Corridor 6 - upper level. The abandoned wing, if you remember, sir. You left strict orders about it.'"
Instead of showing the primitive copy to James, say "'Never seen it before, sir. I wonder what it goes to?'"