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Old 8th October 2017, 11:32 PM   #3
Pukka Bundook
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Dear Corrado,

Thank you for taking the time to translate this for me. It was very kind of you.
It also makes sense of my old sporting gun, as I always thought it was from the Suhl area, and although it was made much later than the barrel stamp would imply, (About 1770's I'd think) the barrel may have been salvaged from an earlier arm. (Not in the least uncommon).

Thank you again, and for the explanation on which line is the date!

Best wishes,
Richard.
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