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Old 02-24-2011, 07:46 PM   #8
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I was thinking the whole thing. There's really nothing special or particularly sought after with that one. The toothpick design was developed to save expense, as many props were destroyed in various training and other activities. It's more likely early twenties and very unlikely to be mid teens. That model was fairly common.

I'd use linseed oil, let it dry and harden a bit, then apply beeswax. Don't expect much change in the appearance, though.
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