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  1. #16

    Aug 2003
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    CL--I was expecting something bad! That token would go into my collection "as is", but that is just me. My view is that a bit of dirt proves that a token was actually used. If you are going to eBay it, I would put in your description that you will leave cleaning up to the buyer. But, if you want to clean it, a little soap and water gently scrubbed with a toothbrush would get the loose stuff off. Acetone can be used with that same old toothbrush to loosen stubborn stuff, but if you use that, do it outside where ventilation is good.
    John in the Great 208

  2. #17

    Jul 2017
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    PBK can you tell me more about the cane hill canning token? Where can I find more information about it?

  3. #18

    Aug 2003
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    MissA - not PBK, but maybe this will help. Google "Cane Hill Canning" and the 2nd and 4th through the end results have info on the company and its principals. Do you have one of the tokens? A photo is needed on tokencatalog.com.

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    John in the Great 208

 

 
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