Pre 1935 Challow with bonuses

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  1. Anthony

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    Some times you get lucky and very rarely you get even luckier.
    This is my Challow that I was very glad to get a while ago.

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    This is how it looked when I got it.

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    The bonuses came when I was giving it a clean up,

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    A nice old one as well. 1935 ish and in pretty good shape too. Great find and a rare thing. ::Neil::
     
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    Cleaned up very nicely Anthony. :clap::thumbup::clap:
     
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    A very lucky find indeed!:thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    wouaw, very nice ;-)
     
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    :lol::lol: Such a nice lamp. Cleaned up well
     
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    Anthony.
    When you sent me the early photos from start to finish it looked good .:thumbup::thumbup:
    But when you see it for real, its I'm lost for words now .:-#:-#
    Just keep up the good restoration you do .
    Bob .
     

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