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    In the spring 2001 issue an article was published. "A Page From the History of Scrolling." I do not have the magazine, but borrowed the magazine and made the cross of which I posted a picture here. Can anyone give my any information on the origin of this cross ? I think the article said the origin was from the 1800's, but I am hoping for more information. (The 'S" in the cross resembles the dollar sign which brings comments usually). I found the article in the article index. By the way, I subscribed to the magazine later because it gave me so much information that I needed as a neophyte to scrolling. Thanks for any help.
    Jim

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    This article may be a starting point. http://www.scrollsawer.com/articles/...-Scrapbook.php
    then Google Google Google
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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      More Info

      I have the same question. Did you ever find out more info?
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