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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Anyone know anything about this item? It was put out by Wahl Clipper Corp I'm guessing in the late 60's but I can't really find any info on it.

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    1. kevinf65721, 5 years ago
      I still can't find anything in my research on this. Any tips out there on how to investigate the authenticity of the coins? Two of them say they are replicas in the description but the other ones don't.
    2. kevinf65721, 5 years ago
      I've emailed with a couple of coin dealers but nobody knows anything. I assumed all the coins were replica but reading the display only two coins say replica beside them. Anyone have any tips on how to look at a coin to tell if it's real or a replica?
    3. kevinf65721, 5 years ago
      Still can't find anything on this. I've emailed Wahl corporation and they said they have one in their corporate office but nobody there knew anything about it.
    4. Celiene Celiene, 5 years ago
      If it doesn't say 'replica' you can assume it's real, since they marked the replica ones 'replica'. You can state it probably tot he date of the last penny there - they would have used a new penny of the year it was made, since it is a chronological chart of moments in hair styling history.

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