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Post  Ev on Sun 7 Apr - 12:33

This pattern was also used by Alfred Meakin and is described as a Paris Cafe Scene.
As I am a Crown Lynn patterns geek, this was one pattern that I HAD to HAVE.  The backstamp is from 1982 and it was most likely used in a Restaurant or Cafe.
I checked out the records that I have, looking for names to do with Paris and found these:

  • Bastille d.82
    Boulevard d.83
    Seine d.84
    Parie d.85

These were all listed together in the Design Services records, from c1976.
If anyone knows the name of this pattern please let us know.

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