Guess this is the tin forum
Last Post 15 Feb 2010 03:51 PM by Advertising Antiques Ltd. 7 Replies.
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12 Feb 2010 09:00 AM  

 Hey Vlad, stick some pics of your tins on & get us going. RT

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12 Feb 2010 08:04 PM  

Awesome tin!

Have changed the name of the forum. Sorry about that, too many late nights.

Cheers,

Al

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13 Feb 2010 03:02 AM  

I have been trying for two hours to reply and my replys keep vanishing.

My head is about to explode.

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13 Feb 2010 03:06 AM  
Posted By vladimir pootin on 13 Feb 2010 03:04 AM

Okay, that worked. Will try something else tomorrow.

All this change is freaking me out.

 

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13 Feb 2010 06:39 PM  
Vlad,
Thats a bobby dazzler. Will stick some pics on of my latest stuff when I get a minute...!
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13 Feb 2010 11:16 PM  

Jezmond

I had to look up bobby dazzler and now that I know what it means I agree with you. That dog tin is a real bobby dazzler, but it belongs to rustytins.

I don't have any worthy dog biscuit tins to post but I did receive this showcard in the mail last week. I know there was quite a few of them found some time ago but it is still a great image and I paid only 35 pounds for it. If you look in the bottom right corner you can just see a slight crease line. That came compliments of the post office who see the words fragile or handle with care as a challenge to do the opposite.

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13 Feb 2010 11:52 PM  

 

Yes the Post office . I Received an old Grate polish box ( with a pictorial Paper label on the Front and top  ) last week.

It had been carefully wrapped by the seller and should have arrived in good condition . Unfortunately ,Customs chose to open it for inspection. Then they proceeded to re wrap the thing with 1 1/2" tape straight over the paper label .Luckily , I was able to get almost all of it off with only a couple of minor tears to the label , but it makes you wonder how they cross roads .

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15 Feb 2010 03:51 PM  
It has just taken me two months to get a parcel from customs. It needs to made clear that the item is an antique on any paper work otherwise you get stuffed

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