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    If a Taisho Sanke (Sanshoku) is a white fish with a red & black pattern,

    and a Showa Sanshoku is a black fish with a red & white pattern,

    why isn't a Hei Sei Sanshoku a red fish with a black & white pattern.


    Answers on the back of the largest denomination banknotes of your country of residence and sent to - Bernie Woollands c/o Koipin.com


    rgds BERN
    South East Koi Club

  • #2

    Hi

    I would suggest you ask Kate Magill

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    • #3

      I did and she took her tiara off and hit me with it.

      Shan't ask her again
      South East Koi Club

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      • #4

        Sorry to hear you got the rough edge of Kate's tiara. I really like her book 'Koi Appreciation - the first step'.

        If you would like answers on some of our Northern Bank notes I am sure that could be arranged!!! How many million would you like?

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        • #5

          Bern, is a kindai showa a white fish with red and black highlights?

          no question about an olde blue fish!

          Koi is singular, koi is plural, koi is city, koi is rural...

          found any new/old valuable pins lately?
          Dick Benbow

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          • #6

            Well, Bern, I think it is because they went metallic.

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