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On 5/13/2019 at 5:53 AM, Circus said:

Here is one of a series of fantasy pieces, That were sold at flea markets in the late 70's /early 80's as genuine. some were holed and sold as key rings. It was amazing that many were sold as real items.
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For all the Parrot Heads out there
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Here is a group that was cut out of silver English coins.
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you never now what can turn up in a bulk buy

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7 hours ago, thedeadpoint said:

Thats's really cool. Can you identify any dates?

Nope, They mostly are center of coins.

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same both sides, Rose City Mich.

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Another return key to owner tag,this one from Canada
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Here is an interesting tid bit from history on Chrysler's war effort of making 45 ammo Look at the rejection rate for the production!
Cartridges made at the Evansville arsenal had seven parts, passed through 48 processing operations, and had to survive 334 quality control inspections. On June 30, 1942, the first bullets produced there were test fired. From June 1942 to April 20, 1944 when the contract ended, Chrysler’s Evansville arsenal produced 96 percent of the military’s .45 caliber cartridges: 3,264,281,914 rounds. Rejection rate of cartridges was less then .1 percent of production.

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