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    Hi Bill;
    Well I finaly got things straightened out boy what a mess.
    I had resgestered way back in March when I was sick and had forgot it. Boy you sure have taken to the compound cutting like a duck to water, Real nice wish mine were as good.
    Just Charlie    

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    Re: Seven Different 3-D Mini Clocks

    Very nice butterfly William I havent tried that one yet tho the eagle and hummingbird are on my desk and a friend plays with the chess set featured in an earlier edition
    the clocks I have made some of but I have run out of fitups for now. About the only type of scrollwork I have not attempted is intasia but now that I have retired I might give it a try
    Pete in Oz
    I am a nobody and no body is perfect...........therefore I am perfect

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