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1 hour ago, williamthewolf said:

Another PSD6

Great ashtray, by the way. It reminds me of my childhood because I distinctly remember my Dad having and using one like that in the days when cigarette smoking was much more prominent in Western society (as in the 1970s).

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16 hours ago, Grateful13 said:

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16 hours ago, JohnS said:

Great ashtray, by the way. It reminds me of my childhood because I distinctly remember my Dad having and using one like that in the days when cigarette smoking was much more prominent in Western society (as in the 1970s).

Yes! Very much like my childhood too. The era of the crystal ashtray. I remember ours later on being converted into candy/nut dishes when no one was smoking in the house anymore.

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