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rhettbryson
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I am looking for help in identifying the maker of this "Dippy Dog" prop. He selects cards in the same way and with the same mechanism as the Hamilton (and other) card ducks. I purchased him from a gentleman in Blackpool, England and he did not know the maker and had no paperwork on it. I suspect it to have been made for an English dealer - 1970's - 1980's and in small numbers. He uses bridge sized cards and is somewhat shorter than the typical card duck. I would greatly appreciate any help I can get in identifying the maker.
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Well - no luck - not sure why as my file is within the guidelines. If you would like to see a picture eMail me please: rhett.bryson@furman.edu
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Here is your image Rhett... good luck on the hunt!

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Thank you, John, for your expertise and kindness of posting this important photo of Dippy Dog.
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