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D 3/9 number 74

Post  mumof1 on Wed 28 Oct - 20:44


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Re: D 3/9 number 74

Post  Maryr on Thu 29 Oct - 14:48

That's interesting. The shape number is in a different typescript.
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Re: D 3/9 number 74

Post  mumof1 on Thu 29 Oct - 15:37

I know, it's weird, but it can't have been made by anyone else. I could come up with many perhaps's as to why, but in the end we will never know where this stamp came from.
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Re: D 3/9 number 74

Post  Maryr on Thu 29 Oct - 15:42

Everything else about it looks totally Crown Lynn.
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