User talk:Rept0n1x

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The Columbian Press Picture[edit]

Hi. I was just wondering why there was a yo-yo on the picture of the Columbian Press, or 'Eagle Press'. After some Research, I've seen some photos of the same press with the yo-yo in blue, whereas the one you uploaded (that I saw) was black and white. No rush, just curious if you knew why that print-out of a child's toy was on a hundred-year old printing press in Lincolnshire. Thanks. 2601:83:4200:D6C0:9C14:4FF9:9245:F1B7 00:13, 5 February 2017 (UTC)

Hi, I had never noticed that before. I can see the yo-yo you mention in File:Museum of Lincolnshire Life, Lincoln, England - DSCF1769.JPG. It is an interesting question but sadly I don't know the answer to it. If you are still interested, then you can try posting at the Wikimedia Commons village pump, as a number of people read that page. Rept0n1x (talk) 10:28, 7 February 2017 (UTC)