Discussion in 'Fireworks Nostalgia, Collectables And History' started by TONYB, Oct 23, 2016.
The items look to be a mixture of ages? Some mud 80's some late 80's?
I had none of the actual standard large rockets upto getting one of those blue size 20 snow flake rockets earlier this year which I was really chuffed with, absolute stunning great bloody find mate, some real old school beauties there.
yes mate will take better close ups at a later date
Thanks Tony. Great find, good on you
Looks great. Seen one in a catalogue but never in the collectors realm. PIC fuse by the looks of things.
Incredible :O !!
Christ, WHAT a find..
lost for words.....but wow ive just turned green with envy
WOW! Just WOW!!! Absolutely incredible find @TONYB - congratulations!!
Takes me right back to my days in primary school - I used to suffer with nosebleeds quite badly, and one October afternoon I was lucky enough (??!) to be sat in the reception area collecting a bowl full of blood from my nose, when the annual delivery of fireworks for the school bonfire night turned up - looking very much like what you've got right there!! Imagine my delight when the headmaster opened them up and let me have a look at them with him - best nosebleed I ever had!!
Now I'm lucky enough to have the job of providing the display for the school - with material somewhat different to the contents of that Standard delivery!
Lovely find though mate, I'm very envious and I'm not afraid to admit it!
@Pyromania ....thanks, im glad it brought back some happy memories for you .
Very nice, I have bought a few of these in my time.
JESUS H CHRIST!!!!!! Stunning!
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