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Re: Bearded seedling

In a message dated 6/8/2004 3:55:32 PM Central Daylight Time, hensler@povn.net writes:

The scanner caught the detail........

The inset is a close-up of the edge on the standards.

Nice touch, nice technique. It is hard to tell for sure but from what you discribe and the photos it appears to be a combination of both what I described in Magic Show as one type and 97-96a along with Kind Harted as another type.

Do you think "Strangeling" most likely a tet, dip, or what?

Worth knowin'. It would be fun to fire shots with lookin' toward the third generation crosses.

Bill Burleson

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