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Nine Pound Hammer H serial number

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07-08-2014 16:02:05

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You posted about a serial number a while back. Since then I have worked with some steel tags.
They are thinner than the aluminum tags. I told you I hadn't seen numbers on the back of those aluminum tags. Sometimes the numbers are visable on the back of the steel tags sometimes not. I have developed a process to learn the numbers on the steel tags if you want to send yours.
I had guessed wrong on several of my Hs. One had steel wheels on the front but they had been added. It was older than I thought.

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07-12-2014 04:10:31

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 Re: Nine Pound Hammer H serial number in reply to D-, 07-08-2014 16:02:05  
Sounds like you're acquainted with several if not lots of the H's. Ever come across 38397 or 38398?

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07-13-2014 07:44:17

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 Re: Nine Pound Hammer H serial number in reply to leon, 07-12-2014 04:10:31  
Will check.

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07-09-2014 11:42:01

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 Re: Nine Pound Hammer H serial number in reply to D-, 07-08-2014 16:02:05  
Excuse me for jumping in here, but there was a discussion you started about six weeks ago regarding when steel serial number plates began.

I had estimated the change to steel started around April of 1942, but I recently saw an earlier steel plate (40074) that has a 13 October 1941 build date... So I was off by about 6 months on that estimate.

Thought you might be interested in that.

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07-09-2014 16:27:19

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 Re: Nine Pound Hammer H serial number in reply to dan_41jdh, 07-09-2014 11:42:01  
Thanks Dan
Looks like they went to steel before the war. 37989 alumn is the latest '41 I have.
On the other end 52587 is the latest steel '45 tag I have with 54431 being alumn.
Perhaps that will help you narrow things down. Let me know if that changes things on when they went back to aluminum.

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