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Joe Thanks for showing some of you WHW. I agree with Benten about the paper piece. It amazes me how well it has survived all of these years. It looks as if it spent about 50 years in between the pages of a book. Do you remember how it came into your collection? Happy New Year All Robert

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Benten, Robert, I thank you both. I remember being told the paper tinnie was thought to be rare but I never looked further into it. Robert, I picked it up from a well respected dealer/collector.

Now for another, not rare but I like it. Undated and unmarked.

Plastic with silver painted obverse.

--dj--Joe

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A ticket for something. A typo on the picture,again!

Obviously it should read WHW.

More work to do, re-editing my pics!! Ho Hum.

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Good idea Joe, certainly better than a sideways choker. Just in the process of re-sorting my frames of tinnies, so they are everywhere!! I'll try to sort out the WHW for this thread. More Scanning etc.etc.etc!!!!

Pete

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