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    Posted 2 years ago

    TreksofTrish
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    I have used this to pack my breakable treasures for more than 20 years. They don't make things the way they used to. I love old stuff.

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    1. TreksofTrish TreksofTrish, 2 years ago
      Thanks for the love. :)
    2. clockerman clockerman, 2 years ago
      My dad took us to Coney Island with one of these heavy beauties. Took the (Iron Horse) Sea Beach express Subway. Mom made PBandJ sandwiches wrapped in wax paper for us kids and dad had his couple of cold ones. I remember him chopping the ice from the cardboard milk cartons with an ice pick. With ice, beer and soda and sandwiches it had to weigh 40-50 lbs. Great piece.

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