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Old 5th December 2023, 11:48 AM   #31
Jim McDougall
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Udo, THANK YOU! so much.
In the many years I have had this sword, many naysayers have discounted this mark as being from BOUTET, citing his proclivity to firearms and weapons of high end etc. This thorough referencing offers a reasonable solution. at last!
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