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    Posted: 11/19/2013 at 10:43pm
First of all thank for Mr. Johnny Erasure, cheer me to show my catalog that take for long time to do it.  Because of my low-techLOL  OK let take a look, hope you enjoy my post.Sleepy
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6. and this one, catalog in 2003-2004 for Mr.Johnny Erasure







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Very nice! Brings back memories of the old Tempest and Plous BTY rubbers. BTY has come a long way since then. Thanks for sharing. Smile
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Old catalog for YASAKA



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And last one for .....Double happiness >>>> DHS




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Thank you Mr. Frogger, you come first.Clap
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Wow!  Your collections are amazing.  You must really love table tennis.
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Thanks,

these seem to close the debate once and for all whether it's Mark V (for victory) or Mark V (for five)
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Olio, I never knew that was debated.  I never heard it called anything but Mark Five.
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Well, it was debated on a forum. Not sure that means much, but the scan should put an end to that discussion ;)
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I see.  Just wondered.  I bought my first sheet of the stuff in 1973 or thereabouts.  We always called it Mark Five, but we were pretty far from the table tennis universe where I lived.  But I never heard it called anything else since then.
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I think you, as a do-gooder & a t/t fanatics & enthusiast like all of us here, should scan all pages (as PDFs) of these cataloges & email to all those who love these goodness....If it is not too much trouble for you. Big smile
That Double Happiness blade in World Champion Guo YaoHwa's hand was exactly the type I or most of us that generation played with.
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I've always called it Mark Five as well, but someone on the another forum on the internet (!) was adamant that the V was for Victory.


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Originally posted by TKMP TKMP wrote:

And last one for .....Double happiness >>>> DHS






Very nice TKMP
I used to buy that stuff in china town in London. It was very good value.
I notice Guo YueHua is Kwok Yeuk-Wah, a spelling I haven't seen for a long time
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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:


That Double Happiness blade in World Champion Guo YaoHwa's hand was exactly the type I or most of us that generation played with.


+1... The happy memories...πŸ˜€
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Never even heard of Super Sriver and Sriver Killer. How were they different from regular Sriver, I wonder...
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I had that DHS blade paired with the green Tempest back then...
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Super Sriver had smaller pips, making it a little faster, Sriver killer was just anti.
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Never even heard of Super Sriver and Sriver Killer. How were they different from regular Sriver, I wonder...


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Originally posted by JimT JimT wrote:

Never even heard of Super Sriver and Sriver Killer. How were they different from regular Sriver, I wonder...
 
  There wasn't anything super concerning Super Sriver. It was a marketing ploy to expand the Sriver name. It had less spin than regular Sriver, was allround in speed and was a good blocking rubber. 
 
 Sriver Killer was a slow anti.
 
OMG to think back in those days a player could get a Primorac or Korbel in 3 handle types! Smile
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Originally posted by ttvet86 ttvet86 wrote:

+1... The happy memories...πŸ˜€
Come to think of it..I might still have that Cpen w/old Sriver D or something in 1 of my boxes locked up in storage shed in my SE Asian hometown (my eldest bro's house) since 1989. Wink
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