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tin litho whistle

colorful and varied, tin litho whistles are really fun looking. They are pretty cheap for the most part too. That really helps if you are a whistle geek and yet on a budget. They aren't too big or cumbersome, but displaying might be a bugaboo.

I imagine one could collect hundreds without doubling up. Many are Japanese, but identifying makers would be a nightmare !!! Probably just stick with designs and colors. They are of course steel and not tin.

Here's a link for that enigmatic shortened name 'litho'

http://www.virtualbargains.com/home.cfm/page/Articles/Article/3.html

Do you think clickers would fall into here ??? Oh, yeah….

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