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Thread: James Hall & Son 7 day set UK purchase

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    Default James Hall & Son 7 day set UK purchase

    I have always wanted an early 7 day set and I made a "Best Offer" than was accepted on a set that looked to be languishing a bit on eBay UK. They look fairly solid with some edge chipping that likely will hone out and perhaps some surface rust. My intent is to keep these as original as possible. Will update in Show and Tell once they arrive safely, they were at Heathrow last night.
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    That appears to be a beautiful set. It is one of the few things that are actually on my want list. It looks to be in very nice condition.
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    That is a beautiful set Mike. I've been seeing your posts about being a minimalist, and have been thinking of following your lead .......

    ............. but I'm afraid I can't afford it ! ............. .............
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    Very nice set. I'm surprised it was languishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    That is a beautiful set Mike. I've been seeing your posts about being a minimalist, and have been thinking of following your lead .......

    ............. but I'm afraid I can't afford it ! ............. .............
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    Nice pickup, they look to be in excellent condition! A little elbow grease and they will be back in tip top shape
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    I was looking at that set myself. Just didn't have the funds plus Not ready for a set just yet.
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    Wonderful set one is also on my list. Congrats!
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    I'm a minimalist too. I want 1 of everything. 😂

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