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Brutalfly

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I went to pick up a fishing license today and noticed the antique store next door was open do I decided to stop by there. As I was walking through this guy caught my eye. My first thought was another CD 145. Then looking closer I noticed a star on each side and a pointed top. I hadn't seen one like it before so I got it. I didn't realize the difference between a CD 145 and CD 145.2 plus it was only $2.

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It needed a friend so I got this guy for $2 as well. Plus I did not have one of these either.
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nydigger

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Oct 6, 2010
693
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Monroe, New York
I went to pick up a fishing license today and noticed the antique store next door was open do I decided to stop by there. As I was walking through this guy caught my eye. My first thought was another CD 145. Then looking closer I noticed a star on each side and a pointed top. I hadn't seen one like it before so I got it. I didn't realize the difference between a CD 145 and CD 145.2 plus it was only $2.

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It needed a friend so I got this guy for $2 as well. Plus I did not have one of these either.
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Yea those 145.2s have more of a bullet shape than a beehive shape. Clear one looks like a CD162

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BillinMo

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Jul 28, 2010
732
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Missouri
A Hemingray-19 with round drips turns up in various tints of green, aqua, ice blue. None of them are particularly valuable in collector terms.

The 145.2 is a recent re-assignment and was a 145 for many years, usually called a pointed dome Star if someone wanted to distinguish it.
 

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