Odds n sods from yesterday

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joemole
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Managed to get out yesterday before tier 4 was announced. Nowt precious or ancient . Just nice to get out . FREEDOM!.
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Quite an assortment there. The chicken foot is part of a Gunter's measuring chain. :thumbsup:
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I forgot about this lead token . Reads..grays saddlers bedale .
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Some great finds there! Very impressed. Never found a gunter’s chain marker and yours is a corker!

Hope we can all get out again soon!
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Oxgirl wrote: Thu Dec 31, 2020 5:43 pm Some great finds there! Very impressed. Never found a gunter’s chain marker and yours is a corker!

Hope we can all get out again soon!
Yeh me too . We need too to keep our sanity . All the best . I'm just about to crack a bottle of spicey rum open . Lovely jubbly 👍
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Thats a cracking example of a link on a Gunters chain :clapping:
Nice one Joe :thumbsup:
And a Happy new year to you too....hope it yields many more great finds and plenty of stories to tell
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Blackadder43 wrote: Thu Dec 31, 2020 8:00 pm Thats a cracking example of a link on a Gunters chain :clapping:
Nice one Joe :thumbsup:
And a Happy new year to you too....hope it yields many more great finds and plenty of stories to tell
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And the same to you . The reason everything looks so clean n shiny is cos i put them through the barrelling machine. Unless theres nicee patina . Ive ruined a few things aswell . What dya reckon the age of the scissors part is . photo doesnt show its swirly pattern .
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