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30 Dec 2013 09:04 PM  

 Great stuff Andy,

I would ove a mountain Heatherdew in any condition.

Just trying toput my collection of flat 10's and 20's together due to purchase of this Ogden's cabinet.

Anyone got a good woodland bell or any othe classics i don't have for sale?

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31 Dec 2013 04:09 PM  
Wonderful cabinet Al, great find, always wanted one - Happy New Year to all - Richard
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31 Dec 2013 04:30 PM  

 Very nice cabinet indeed. I have this for sale or trade. Happy New Year to all cheers Broadie.

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31 Dec 2013 10:59 PM  

 Happy New Year Tin Collectors ( and all Advertising collectors )

Thank you to all of you who have posted pictures on here . An unbelievable cross section of quality displays . It really is a credit to you all . Thanks again , enjoy your celebrations and stay safe

Chris  ( Relics )

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18 Jan 2014 07:52 PM  

  New Year, new cab. First pic with door closed looks like glass is cracked but it isnt. Put this cab up in my new kitchen bit starting to fill with some of my favourites....

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18 Jan 2014 08:37 PM  
Some nice tins in there Mr. Jez. A close up of each shelf would look good on here.
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18 Jan 2014 08:41 PM  
Thanks Pete,
Ill put some more pics up tomorrow.
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18 Jan 2014 09:45 PM  
Hey Relics, Whats the makers mark on that Purity Flour Sign? I think its a Canadian one.
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19 Jan 2014 11:32 AM  

 Some great Toffees there Jez ..Never seen so many good ones ..Goodonya

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19 Jan 2014 11:33 AM  

Could well be Mick I've had it for so long that I can't recall . I'll get up and have a look  

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19 Jan 2014 01:22 PM  

This is such a great thread, thought I should add something at least. Most of my tins are stuffed into this. Technically it's a cabinet. Impossible to photograph well though.

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19 Jan 2014 03:13 PM  

You got some nice swag in there Hilbert..Thanks for showing..Not really a tin man,but this is one of the best threads on here.

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19 Jan 2014 03:54 PM  

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19 Jan 2014 03:55 PM  

Heres another cabinet full , cheers

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19 Jan 2014 10:10 PM  
Nice stuff, both of you.

Hilbert - they're the sort of images that make you curious about the ones you can't quite see! 2nd shelf down, between the Redbreast and the Cadburys 'National Girls' sample tin - what is it?
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