Unofficial File parts/925p0r.dat
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0 Brick  1 x  8 without Centre Studs with Bright Green "KØBMAND" Italic Pattern
0 Name: 925p0r.dat
0 Author: N. W. Perry [Plastikean]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt


0 !KEYWORDS grocery, grocer, small store, shop, Danish
0 !KEYWORDS town plan, named beam, set 1210, set 210

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At Sun May 9 18:45:01 2021, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: Plastikean
Also known to exist in red and (dark) green

At Sun May 9 19:35:01 2021, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: novote
Please make two subfiles, and create the other two coloured verions too.

At Mon May 10 01:40:02 2021, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: Plastikean
Subfiled for multiple color versions. I forgot about blue, and it can also be found in a yellow-gold. Pending any changes to this file, I will also submit:
925p0s.dat - red
925p0t.dat - blue
925p0w.dat - green
925p0x.dat - gold

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At Mon May 10 16:00:01 2021, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: certify
Looking good.
What do you know about these sets? The info at Bricklink is sparse.
Random words in different colours? Or different language in different countries, but the same set of stores?

At Mon May 10 19:50:01 2021, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Plastikean
Certification: novote
I've been studying old catalogs and the Unofficial Collector's Guide, and there are lots of good images on Flickr and in Facebook groups.
There are dozens of variations to these named beams, and to which were included in the different sets. There was a fairly standard group of names, but each was available in numerous languages, colors, and in some cases different type variations. For example, there's a non-italic version of this pattern, and at least three varieties of "slagter".
The 210 and later 1210 sets came with a mark indicating which beam was enclosed. In German there was Tabak, Wurstchen or Backer, for example.

At Tue Oct 12 19:40:01 2021, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Holly-Wood
Certification: certify
Somehow these information should have been put into a HELP or at least into a comment