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Tony Cooke was a industrial chemist, and had access to laboratories etc world wide, setting up industrial plants all over the world. He found the first satin in a lab and brought it home to petersfield. The mouse was very sick and had to live on a windowsill at his home untill it got better. It eventually mated some PEWS and this led to the production of the black eyed golds and silver ( rejected by the nmc), and eventually all the satins in the uk.
I knew Tony well, even through the cavy fancy, a pioneer, have not seen him for a number of years, hope he is well along with jill his wife .
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