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pw-collector's loves98 of 5161Remco Dick Tracy Two Way Wrist Radios135th St and 8th Ave. Harlem, April 25, 1937
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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Here is an old print I found years ago and I decided to post it here. It has been aged and damaged a little, but you can still read the print at the bottom. The second photo is of a very tiny inscription on the back of this print. I'm not sure the significance of it but I figure it has some kind of meaning. Any information that anyone can give me on where this came from or how old it actually is would be much appreciated. Thank you so much and have a great day!

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    1. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 2 years ago
      Keramikos.. what an abundance of info! Kudos my friend. I read every last bit.
      This picture is beautiful, and brought a memory back of my brother and I sitting in the old 58 ford pickup with the headlights on at the end of the pier so my Father who was in a skif rowing out to his boat in a storm could see where he was going . We lighted his way. My Father would stay on the boat during storms in case it broke from the mooring. In the morning there was always a boat or two on the beach , but not Dad’s. Commercial fisherman for over 50 years.
      Thank you TommyZ for your wonderful post!

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