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Old 26-04-22, 02:30 AM
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Hello,

I would be interested to learn if New Zealand numeral collectors have seen the Stokes & Sons numerals, 16, 17, 22, 26 and 37, with the twin-bar attachments.

Do any of the numerals mentioned above exist in collections ?

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Old 26-04-22, 05:25 AM
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theres been several threads on this topic.
look in the Australian and NZ sections
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Old 26-04-22, 05:36 AM
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I have 16,17,26 in my collection

I have never seen a "37" Stokes made numeral, but i suspect 22 exists.

In the lower numbers I have 11,12,14

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Thanks BC

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theres been several threads on this topic.
look in the Australian and NZ sections
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Hello omok1

I'm trying to find out via other numeral collectors, like yourself, if the Stokes & Sons twin-bar attachments were used on numerals below 14.

So that I understand you correctly, omok1, your numerals 11, 12, 14, 16, 17 and 26 all have the Stokes & Sons twin-bar attachments, yes ?

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I have 16,17,26 in my collection

I have never seen a "37" Stokes made numeral, but i suspect 22 exists.

In the lower numbers I have 11,12,14
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Hi there, I have numerals 1-50, a mix of both Stokes and others.
Just had a look, I have Stokes made : 13-15, 32,33, 35,36, 38-50.
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Thank you NZEF, great to learn that numerals below 14 do exist

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Hi there, I have numerals 1-50, a mix of both Stokes and others.
Just had a look, I have Stokes made : 13-15, 32,33, 35,36, 38-50.
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