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    Shopping in Evesham the other day I came across one or two goodies that I just couldn’t pass up. Not sure where they came from originally, they were on sale at a house clearance trader who had thankfully saved them from a fate worse than death.


    I have a Lloyds Autoscythe in my shed the only difference mine does not have the original sswath boards, great find Geoff


    When you think that this was printed in 1936 on plain paper how many more could have survived?

    The swath board looks like it’s made from sheet steel and doesn’t look too difficult to replicate. Have you thought of having a go now you know what it looks like?


    You would be pleasantly surprised to hear more have survived and are stored in a cave owned by a Mr wallingfield in deepest Somerset.
    I heard it on good authority
    Big Ears

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