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Post  Maryr Mon 24 Mar - 16:47

Another miracle $2 find from Whangarei Hopsice. Everything on the base except the year!  I know that Cam snr and Neil Brown worked at CL but I don't know of an L Brown. We will have to ask Cam and Beverley.
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Post  Ev Mon 24 Mar - 17:03

Heheee perhaps L Brown is short for Light Brown?
Well that was my first thought ...... ~_~
Ever so interesting seeing all of that written on the base, even though I don't know what it all means, I can tell that it's important!
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