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I love these things. They started as an A model and ended with an F model. I believe the F model was produced until sometime in late 1945 early 1946. From my experiences, there is an ink date stamped on the chassis somewhere. Since you have it out, it should be easy to find. Also, on the bottom of the chassis, where you insert the batteries, the plastic is marked BC 611- with a letter designation. In your instance it should be C. If it is, the chassis and shell might have been together for awhile anyway. The F models didn't always stamp an F on the chassis though.

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