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    Posted 3 years ago

    scarebabe
    (3 items)

    Purchased in 1974 while in college in Platteville, WI. at a yard sale. Hand chipped scalloped edges. I’m counting on all of you fascinating CW Show&Tell veterans! Thank you!

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    1. scarebabe, 3 years ago
      Thank you fortapache, blunderbuss2, and Spirit Bear!
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      Its wonderful -- esp. its 'chipped beveled' edge?!! :-) :-) :-)

      I wish I could tell 'ya something about it. Many old mirrors I've seen actually do have a date/maker's name stamped on the backside of the glass, but of course viewing it (if it's even there?) also requires being able to dis-resemble it enough to actually *look at* the backside of the glass, which in this case doesn't look like it'd be a terribly easy thing to do without potentially hurting the whole thing... :-(

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