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    Re: Are Andrew Ross engraving calligraphic styles inconsistent?

    Here is an example of preventing light leaks between the barrel and the steel track.
    An English sliding box lens from Horne & Thornthwaite ca. 1851. This is a sort of tar soaked linen tape which still functions,
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    Re: Are Andrew Ross engraving calligraphic styles inconsistent?

    It’s very helpful, Steven. Good to learn.
    Thank you!

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    Re: Are Andrew Ross engraving calligraphic styles inconsistent?

    Quote Originally Posted by mhayashi View Post
    Ron, Roseman is him.
    https://flic.kr/p/dmgFTq
    Thanks you, I believe is name is Ivan Rose, a very competent woodworker (making sliding box camera's)
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