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Aust 1942 Housewives

Article about: Pretty stoked to have scored these today unissued/unopened package of 20 1942 dated housewives + some loose ones to play with

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    Pretty stoked to have scored these today unissued/unopened package of 20 1942 dated housewives + some loose ones to play with
    Never had one in my junk pile!!!


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    Couple of shots of the already opened leather one (the one in the worst condition) I believe is the officer version.
    And some shots of the bakelite thimble, I love bakelite bits!

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    extra pics of the hole in the packet I'm very tempted to open it up!

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    You might as well. I see ebay sales in your furture!!!!
    But careful how you describe them!!! As I think there is already an international "Housewives for Sale" site on the web and you don't want those types emailing you

    That is a great bundle you snagged Rene
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    I agree... Sort of a "Time Capsule" !!
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Quote by AZPhil View Post
    You might as well. I see ebay sales in your furture!!!!
    But careful how you describe them!!! As I think there is already an international "Housewives for Sale" site on the web and you don't want those types emailing you

    That is a great bundle you snagged Rene
    Semper Fi
    Phil
    hehehe on the floor!!!!

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    not so sure about opening it up - might wake up some nasty red back spiders!!!

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    A good score and great to see what an unused example holds in terms of the lengths of thread, very cool. Do they have packets of needles in them?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    So jealous!

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    A good score and great to see what an unused example holds in terms of the lengths of thread, very cool. Do they have packets of needles in them?
    Cheers Jerry, the needles are stored like this - here's another example. They are pinned through a piece of wool

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