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hello again 1812,
i think Gents would enjoy seeing the variety of reference books you have.

Gordon asked about the one you show in this thread....   tony

你好,再见1812年
我认为Gents会喜欢看到你所拥有的各种参考书。 戈登询问你在这个帖子中展示的那个......托尼

PS

is this the container for the sash in the picture?

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i have one too... but no container!

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tony

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7 hours ago, Farkas said:

hello again 1812,
i think Gents would enjoy seeing the variety of reference books you have.

Gordon asked about the one you show in this thread....   tony

你好,再见1812年
我认为Gents会喜欢看到你所拥有的各种参考书。 戈登询问你在这个帖子中展示的那个......托尼

PS

is this the container for the sash in the picture?

B91BF55E-6161-415E-8BC9-9AB3B47D807A.thumb.jpeg.bb802db3bfa1fbce5f402f933756fc5a.jpeg

 

i have one too... but no container!

53DACA4F-6470-409B-86CF-BAA28FBB9FE9.thumb.jpeg.226d1c1f5de421ac5a45d53eefaff865.jpeg

tony

It's a container, but it's not original! But this paper box has a history of about a hundred years, and it is very broken. These days, I will send him the picture that Mr. Gordon wants to see. Thank you for your love

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On 26/08/2018 at 20:52, Gordon Craig said:

1812 Overture,

Very nice presentation of your Austrian collection.  Would you please post pictures fothe covers of your reference books as well.

Regards,

Gordon

 

Dear Mr. Gordon, please forgive my laziness. This is my picture of the Austrian-Hungarian book.

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PS:Are you a person in this book?

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