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Posted 3 days ago

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One of those items that took a long time and some older brains to tell me what this piece was all about. They were made for for the post office banks ect. where a signature was required for a number of items and to avoid the tiller having to physically and repetitively sign documents they could stamp their name, but if a real signature was needed they had the provision of either a dip pen or propelling pencil to use. Thanks for looking. Neil


  1. Newfld Newfld, 3 days ago
    Cool invention, very useful office tool
  2. Collectables59 Collectables59, 3 days ago
    Thanks Jenni. Neil
  3. Collectables59 Collectables59, 2 days ago
    Thanks Jenni, fortapache, blunderbus2, Caperkid and Tassiedevil for the loves. Neil
  4. Collectables59 Collectables59, Yesterday
    Thank you for the love vetraio50. Neil

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