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Winchester Commemoratives vol.2

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Old 09-08-2010, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default Winchester Commemoratives vol.2

Have you ever thought what is one of the most complete book on Winchester Commemoratives? I guess nobody would argue that Tom Troland's book is the one that you will turn to when you need to refer to some authority in the field.
And it is really great that the book finally has been updated and there is volume 2.
It looks really worth having. Lots of information, colorful pictures. I got one like that for my dad as a gift and he was just happy. Said I should have gotten at least 2 or 3 copies as he wanted to present them to his friends.
If you have volume 1 you might as well consider to get the updated guide from the leading expert in this field. I've come across the book here - Winchester Commemoratives

If anyone has advice on similar books I would love to know, really? I am sure my dad would be happy.

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