CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

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CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

Postby paul hesketh » Tue Aug 23, 2011 1:08 pm

Found this in the garage...next to the 16 inch transcriptions....

This is a press printing plate, about tabloid size, for CKNW promoting their 10 year anniversary and increasing their power to 5 thousand watts.

Part of the promotion shows 3 sizes of TOP DOG holding a birthday cake.

There is a message..of course all is in reverse, which in part reads" More power to you from CKNW...."
"Top Dog is 5 times stronger"

I can provide an e mail photo if anyone is interested.
This is another part of broadcast memorabilia that I am selling.
Thanks
e mail pbh@telus.net
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Re: CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

Postby Jack Bennest » Tue Aug 23, 2011 1:29 pm

Send to me at jackbennest@gmail.com and I shall post it Paul

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Re: CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

Postby Jack Bennest » Sun Aug 28, 2011 9:37 am

Now if I could only read in mirror image and see what they were talking about.
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Re: CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

Postby Paul P » Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:33 pm

Jack Bennest wrote:Now if I could only read in mirror image and see what they were talking about.


If only someone would invent something with a flat reflective surface on it that would give you what you called a 'mirror image'.
Then you could possibly hold this or a picture of this, up to that reflective surface and read it.
Oh well.
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Re: CKNW PRINTING PLATE from the early years

Postby radiofan » Sun Aug 28, 2011 3:02 pm

Jack Bennest wrote:Now if I could only read in mirror image and see what they were talking about.


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