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    Frame Picture Request

    Here is other frame.
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    Outstanding!

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    Beautiful display!

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    Sick. Just absolutely unreal.

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    Nice again !
    Premature certainty is the enemy of understanding.

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    Nice! Is that horizontal piece near the top left a Scotty?

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    What a great display of artifacts.

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    Artfully displayed as only Lyle can do!!! WOW!!! Are those Okie Calf Creeks in there? What about the Afton on the top right corner? Where is it from?

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    Hey Indy, it is not Scotty. It is a large 1/2 section of Harahey that they put a "haft" area on. The end still shows the snap, where is broke prehistorically. Unusual piece, the only one I have seen.
    lyle

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    Hey Jim, yeah CC's are from Oklahoma. Some have an ear restored. The Afton is NE Oklahoma, Cherokee Co. Hope you are doing well.
    lyle

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