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Sunday, September 11, 2016

1st Manila History Con 2016 in Pictures (Part 3 of 3)

Here’s the 3rd and last set of pictures from the recent History Con 2016. These are mostly sponsors and exhibitors at the 1st Manila History Con 2016.

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Sarao. The iconic brand of Philippine Jeepney.

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Alfred Motorworks. Car restoration.

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Vintage scooters.

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Laguna Choppers. Custom bikes and classics restoration.

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The Embassy of Australia in Manila also had a booth at History Con 2016.

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Manuel L Quezon Memorial in Israel. The Embassy of Israel also had a booth at History Con 2016.

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“Mindoro The Stepping Stone” by Rodolfo Meim Acebes.

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St Moritz Private Estate in McKinley West, Bonifacio Global City.

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Shell has a very interactive booth.

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Globe Broadband

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Pony Philippines 

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Vintage watches by TImex Philippines

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More Pony shoes. I would love to buy one of these.

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Nivea Men products

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Ledlenser Philippines

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Leatherman Philippines. I want one of these all-purpose knife.

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Bushnell. I remember a Ragnarok friend with a character name of Bushnell.

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ToppCock

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Black Mamba Energy Drink. Is this deadlier than Cobra?

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A miniature Petron station inside the World Trade Center Manila.

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Juke and Navara. Newest models from Nissan Philippines.

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UCPB Loan Easy

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From Segway Philippines 

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Gorgeous motorbike!

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From Segway Philippines. I first saw this on The Amazing Race. 

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Manila Makes History. August 25-28, 2016. I hope there will be a 2nd Manila History Con 2017 event.

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