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(12/14/2013 9:42:03 AM)
I, too, want to welcome Aussie to the site. It is always fun to see what is on the other side of the world! It is definitely becoming a smaller planet every year.
Here is something that showed up on my doorstep the other day. Looks to be used very little. It becomes a very nice Christmas present even if it is to myself!!
I obviously know it is a binder board and it came from down under but what is the blue stamp printed on the metal? Would it have been a war stamp? Is it a metal processing stamp? Aussie and I have already talked about it but he might want to add his two cents. It is large and has nice detail but I can not identify our Queen by her picture!?!?!?
Hopefully, someone might know a little history about the stamp, its purpose, etc.
Thanks in advance!! Enjoy.
JWB - My paragraphs work fine!?!?!?
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