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I'm sure most of you saw this on eBy-gum-bay, but I was the only one prepared to pay £1.50 for it.
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I've not seen one this large before.
It is a bit bashed, but was advertised as a Metal Detector find.
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Nice badpenny, I found some R&W coins in my Jennings Star Chief!
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That's nice BP, I'm guessing it's from an early machine. Anyway to check its date (by address, phone number)?
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I tried ringing the number, but it was only someone with a French chest for sale. !PUZZLED!
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I work only a mile or two from the address and can tell you,that would be a Polish chest these days.
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You mean Mr Sheen?
Now that is kinky.
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About as useful as a token die, but the sort of thing I would hoard....just didn't hit the bid button
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If I`d have seen it I would have bid! It would go nicely in my collection of "interesting" useless bits. My wife has a similar problem with shoes and handbags, apparently you can never have enough!
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bryansfan wrote:my collection of "interesting" useless bits. My wife has a similar problem with
I have a collection of interesting useless bits my wife has a problem with......the doctor says it's due to my age.
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These are usually seen on the backdoor of their gripper
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