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    Gentlemen, or whatever you prefer,
    A new category to further expand out connections.

    A 3 dimensional English plywood jigsaw puzzle from back in the day. The two
    lead cars are double thickness.

    Believe this is to be Goodwood. Note the British car leading, the Italian's second, then Belgium, Germany, and France bringing up the rear. Guess the artist didn't think much of the French..


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    Large Kolbenschmidt Pistons enamel sign, one of Porsche's suppliers.


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      Nice!
      Wish I had a real one to post!
      Here is a picture i found on the web a while back


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      Ashley Page

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        Large ADAC pillowtop enamel sign, Post WW2 through the 60's.

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            Sterling women`s bracelet by Jeff Gamble
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              Cleaning the toy cabinet
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                Picked this up at a local antique store. There are no markings of who made it, anyone know?
                Last edited by Rad-Ride; 07-26-2019, 06:50 PM.

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                • JTR70
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                  Nice find Frank! Looks vintage enough. No manufacture markings on the underside?
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