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Old 01-02-21, 02:21 PM
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A nice grenade thing.....

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Old 02-02-21, 09:03 AM
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Hi Allison

Thanks for your thoughts. I can't really think of anyone who hasn't been touched by this in some way. Even good old Lord Sugar must have had the odd iffy moment....

Well as I said, a new direction beckons!
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Hi Allison, thanks again for your contact. Yes, we are living a through strange period. One of my favourite French cartoonists wrote a collection called "On vit une epoque formidable!" . Sorry to our French members but I haven't got accents on this keyboard....

The contents were anything but.....

BTW, I would welcome any contact from any French collector as one day it might be possible to meet!
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"Wingy" things tend to be expensive things as long as you stick with originality or course!

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Yes, pretty much, but I'm easily swayed by nice wingy things, almost as nice grenadey things😊
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"Wingy" things tend to be expensive things as long as you stick with originality or course!
Indeed, I have been very lucky thanks to fellow forum members with regard to finding wingy things. I don't spend as much on the hobby as I used to, I covet lots and buy little, but when I do I hope I always get quality.
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