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    found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    im a new member here so bare with me i will post a pic of my find soon..how much is one of these worth??

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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Welcome to the forum! We need a picture or more detail on the decoder. Sounds nice and HH, Mike

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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    welcome ;lol n happy huntin!!!!!

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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Looking forward to seeing the photo of your decoder ring!

    Here's some links on decoder rings:

    http://www.radioarchives.org/annie/

    http://cmp.bravepages.com/cc_articles/ovaltine.html

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    Dec 2008
    East Texas
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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron and Ann
    Looking forward to seeing the photo of your decoder ring!

    Here's some links on decoder rings:

    http://www.radioarchives.org/annie/

    http://cmp.bravepages.com/cc_articles/ovaltine.html

    It's not a ring, it has 2 lil holes in front and and u can spin two wheel's in the back, on the back there are number's 12 45 67 14 1234 ext,and in the front are letters abscdefg,to spell out a code, has something to do with radio show! R.O.A. 1938 with a big star on it's front side.. i have no digital camera saw im goin to have to find one.. will post soon.

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    Dec 2008
    East Texas
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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    thank you for helping me i foudone just like it roa ss with the star in front, wonder how much its worth?? thanks again..

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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Quote Originally Posted by ink-a-alot
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron and Ann
    Looking forward to seeing the photo of your decoder ring!

    Here's some links on decoder rings:

    http://www.radioarchives.org/annie/

    http://cmp.bravepages.com/cc_articles/ovaltine.html

    It's not a ring, it has 2 lil holes in front and and u can spin two wheel's in the back, on the back there are number's 12 45 67 14 1234 ext,and in the front are letters abscdefg,to spell out a code, has something to do with radio show! R.O.A. 1938 with a big star on it's front side.. i have no digital camera saw im goin to have to find one.. will post soon.
    Did you look on this link? There are some with ROA with a big star on them... http://www.radioarchives.org/annie/

    Look at 1938...
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    Nov 2008
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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Welcome to the forum! Can't wait to see your pics!

    Mike

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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    The 1938 Radio Orphan Annie "Telematic" brass decoder badge is worth $25 in good condition, and $60 in fine condition, according to a recent (2006) edition of the Official Hake's Price Guide to Character Toys by Ted Hake.

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    Dec 2008
    East Texas
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    Re: found a 1938 decoder today is immaculate..

    Quote Originally Posted by PBK
    The 1938 Radio Orphan Annie "Telematic" brass decoder badge is worth $25 in good condition, and $60 in fine condition, according to a recent (2006) edition of the Official Hake's Price Guide to Character Toys by Ted Hake.


    thats it, thanks alot man..

 

 

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