Discussion in 'Fireworks Nostalgia, Collectables And History' started by TONYB, Nov 9, 2019.
had a journey around today and picked up a few lost souls on my way
At last, your little secret is out and I can breathe again..........
i remember you saying stealth is the secret and a love of driving miles and miles lol
and in your case even further than you needed to, but that's what happens when you southerners venture north of Watford.......
what secret ! love those 6/6 rocket heads tony , and with the box . bet there in the cabinet already !
Loving those rockets Tony
Jeez ... that box of bangers!
picked up this 6d brocks mine of serpents today..
I have the red and blue later version marked E with the glued top
like that one.
ive got the later 1/ version in my 7/6 box ....marked E version ive not seen yet
that looks pretty old tea , what age do you fink ? that's a beut , never seen that before ! great art work on the label . lucky lad .
can you post a pic of the back of the mine please .
i would go for late 50s early 60s ....can't you remember steve lol
the back of the label is great as well, I thought it might be , you thought I was taking the mikki , lol . what a lovely thing !
Do you have anything to give a sense of scale? I'm curious as to how big it is. I'm guessing fairly small and not like a Standard size 12 ground mine.
here you go next to a standard mine of serpents from a size 20 standard box .....
better art work on yours tea !
Doesn't know how to use a tape measure so doesn't own one........ everything gets measured in units of Standard Mine of Serpents..........
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