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Author Topic: Help with ID on a paperweight !  (Read 667 times)

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Offline Ellie893

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Help with ID on a paperweight !
« on: August 21, 2011, 03:10:06 AM »
So here are some photos ... please bear with me if they're substandard: I'm always roundly criticised for the quality/size of my pix and I struggle mightily to achieve the to-me-impossible standards of the glass message board.  I have really tried this time to reduce thie size but fear that I might now have submitted photos so small as to be illegible ... so sorry if that's the case.

Thank you any way.

Ellie

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Offline Ellie893

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Re: Help with ID on a paperweight !
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2011, 03:16:29 AM »
So here are some photos ... please bear with me if they're substandard: I'm always roundly criticised for the quality/size of my pix and I struggle mightily to achieve the to-me-impossible standards of the glass message board.  I have really tried this time to reduce thie size but fear that I might now have submitted photos so small as to be illegible ... so sorry if that's the case.

Thank you any way.

Ellie

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Offline jamalpa36

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Re: Help with ID on a paperweight !
« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2011, 06:02:17 AM »
Hi

I won't comment on the photos as I can't even get three images on my submissions but the weight is a Paul Ysart and to me ,quite early.

It looks like it is badly damaged or even cracked which is a great shame.

Roy

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