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Gary Shooter
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Please can you identifiy this badge. it was dug up in a friends garden, and we belive it's from a pram.



GemMellow
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33 years old

Georgie
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I have just started to restore a Wilson Park Ward, my first project.



Gerry
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I am a retired art teacher who lives in Sussex and is passionate about painting, making patchwork quilts and buying vintage prams.I have one grandson and expecting another soon.I used to have many (4 children! ) large vintage prams and have been known to pile 3 kids and shopping in and around them and push them up Ditchling Road in Brighton to where I used to live! I was never particularly interested in the type of pram I had but they were always vintage and coachbuilt, usually Silver Cross.I wish I had them now!!!

I did buy a Silver Cross Durham Rose, lovely pram when my daughter was pregnant and then I caught the bug! I moved on to a Vintage black Marmet .So I sold the Durham Roseand now I'm looking to buy a Wilson Versaille.

When will it stop I ask myself!



Gillian
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Gillian Waters
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I am 62 years old and have loved prams since I was a young child. The picture is of my daughter in the Lovers knot Silver Cross and my twin boys had the blue twin Silver Cross, not sure of the name of it.

I currently own a Silver Cross coach built dolls pram, in immaculate condition. The Oberon. I would be interested in selling as space is limited since we moved to a small bungalow.

I am married, have two Schnauzers and I collect 'real life' baby dolls.



Glen Sharon Royds
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Gracie
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Graham
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HEATHER ROBERTS
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married to trevor 5 children and 5 grandchildren love old prams and recently bought a marmet queen to restore.



Hazel Harlow
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Helen Power
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JOHN V. EVERETT
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Jan Franklin
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Jane Hiller
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Hi I am mad about coach built prams - proper prams as I call them.  I always wanted one for children but couldn't afford one, I had to wait until my first grandchild was 18 months old before I found one that I could afford.  Recently started to buy things to dress my beloved pram a Wilson (silverdawne possibly - awaiting confirmation on that)and my daughter's silver cross dolls pram - which is an 1970's model.  I love all things prammy and am so pleased to have found likeminded ladies!



Jean
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Johannes Jakobsson
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Just bought my first Silver Cross and is working on restoration.

Paint, hood, wheels and etc.

Trying to make this pram good for my first child due 15.april.



Julie
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Kathy
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I've been looking for a real vintage English pram since my boys(21 & 18) were babies.  I had a 3 in 1 Canadian Gendron for them.   I only found my first "real" pram about 5 years ago, when I "found" ebay.  Since then my collection has grown, as has my knowledge of prams.  I love the 50's to early 60's prams the best.


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