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They did a run of 25 copper sets, the rest were brass. They remind me a bit of the cups from the "shy spinner" we have yet to identify!
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Johnson has never done anything but brass, except for that one run in copper. Copper is not as easy to machine as brass. They might be able to use a good red bronze, though. Pure copper galls very easily.
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