"Rare Piece" - in pieces - UPDATE

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edisonplayer wrote: Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:33 am I wonder if anyone would make reproductions of those?Couldn't hurt to find out. edisonplayer
I think its been done in France

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Wow I’ve never seen that before.

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And for those who cannot locate the reproduction card holder, second best option is to cut one out of a piece of Alumimium
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Sidewinder wrote: Tue Jun 08, 2021 5:59 pm And for those who cannot locate the reproduction card holder, second best option is to cut one out of a piece of Alumimium
Great idea... now to find a machine... Anyone have one for sale?

By the way... what is that holder mounted on?
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