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Merry Christmas

Started by Mechanic, December 12, 2012, 01:16:33 AM

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Mechanic

Another year and old hotmetal machines and men are still hanging in there.



MERRY CHRISTMAS AND
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George Finn (Mechanic)
Gold Coast
Queensland
AUSTRALIA


Dave Hughes

OK, shall we turn this into a Merry Christmas with pictures thread?

Here's a nice looking seasonal Ludlow slug.

Love the font!


season's greetings by moirabot, on Flickr

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Dave Hughes

OK, couldn't resist this one.

Merry Christmas from the Diamond Ink Company.

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Dave Hughes

Wrong apostrophe!

Thanks for those of you who pointed out that the wrong apostrophe had been used on this slug.


season's greetings by moirabot, on Flickr

They've used the high apostrophe, which is meant to be used among capital letters (eg D'Arcey) instead of the the lower apostrophe for use among lower case letters.

Being an ex-newspaper man I've got to admit that I didn't spot the error, but now it seems glaringly obvious.
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Dan Williams

If Santa loads that onto his sleigh, he will need eighty tiny reindeer.

Dave Hughes

One more old Christmas printed item, a matchbook cover, from the Old Bookbinder's Restaurant, Philadelphia.

Click to enlarge, and of course, close cover before striking!



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