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Old 13th April 2011, 03:39 PM   #51
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Freshly finished copper Alpair10eN

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Old 7th May 2011, 09:53 PM   #52
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First of the EnABL2 EL70eN just done (excuse the lighting, not the greatest pic). An EnABL1 driver on the right for comparison.

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FE206eN^2. Natural with "copper" spots and black phase plugs.

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Old 26th May 2011, 10:44 PM   #54
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Something special. And something special will be done with these. Stay tuned.

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Something special. And something special will be done with these. Stay tuned.

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Dave,
I'm not even British, but those are very cool indeed.
I just hope you restrain yourself from doing a pair with that Red Fig Leaf that I see everywhere.


Just kidding. But I "do" have an idea where those are going.

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I just hope you restrain yourself from doing a pair with that Red Fig Leaf that I see everywhere.
I have trouble enuff doing that Red "Fig" leaf on a flat piece of paper with a pencil & an eraser. I'd have to come up with a charicature. Flags with straight lines i'm not so frightened of now.

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I have trouble enuff doing that Red "Fig" leaf on a flat piece of paper with a pencil & an eraser. I'd have to come up with a charicature. Flags with straight lines i'm not so frightened of now.

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I have to say you really outdid yourself on this one! It will probably open a whole new market in the Commonwealth.

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Yes, they'd be particularly good on "Land of Hope and Glory", and "God save the Queen"!
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