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Post  Ev on Tue 4 Sep - 18:47

How exciting to have Jacqui Dunn message me on Facebook to say that she had found this Ramikin and there were four of them !!!
It looks like it has an extra piece that looks similar to the 1665 that sits in the middle ..???
Fantastic to see and fantastic to add to the Four Digit Gallery at last !!!!
Thank you sooooooooo much Jacqui as we had no idea what this looked like bounce

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Post  JanPots on Wed 5 Sep - 7:11

What an amazing find... awesome as you can really see the vertical lines . I'd not really noticed that on the other example of ionic pieces
Ev what does (sic) mean?
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Post  Ev on Wed 5 Sep - 7:42

Janice 'sic' is a Latin term 'sic erat scriptum' and it means as it was written.
The spelling for Ramekin in this Crown Lynn record is spelt Ramikin and to save people thinking that I've spelt it wrong I add sic and all is well Smile
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Post  JanPots on Wed 5 Sep - 8:31

I did not know that... lol... I feel educated hehehe
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