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what is the story on these?

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  • what is the story on these?

    they were found at my grandma's house and they look like coasters, they say made in canada on the back of the package. I just wonder when they were made?

    here is a pic


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    Re: what is the story on these?

    I remember those. we don't use them. they are too bumpy to use as coasters. I can't say with any certainty, I'm guessing 70's or 80's.

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      Re: what is the story on these?

      Originally posted by gary94080 View Post
      I remember those. we don't use them. they are too bumpy to use as coasters. I can't say with any certainty, I'm guessing 70's or 80's.
      thanks man

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