Gallery of old pyro

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Joe ciabatti

Baronet
Jan 12, 2017
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Was going through my Whattsapp gallery and decided to make an album of my fave pics for others to enjoy. It was surprising how much of this became part of my collection stored away. I wish I had photos of everything I have stored away
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AnthonyUKpyro

Royal Knight the 4th
Feb 13, 2013
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What an amazing collection! If I had all that I'd be fondling it and handling it everyday marvelling in what was a great part of our fireworks heritage, pre-CE, and sadly completely lost to China import / manufacture and thinner poorer CE specifications today that makes everything ridiculously light.

Today's fireworks compare nothing to the oldies with quicker durations, thinner poorer effects and lighter pathetic powder weights.
 
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