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    Default An orphan child restored

    This was an orphan movement with the four "feet". but missing its base, dome, pendulum and some hardware.
    A project worth the costs and effort.
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    Default Re: An orphan child restored (By: jkfabulos)

    Beautiful. Just beautiful. Of all of Becker's output, this model is my favorite.
    Si non caste, tamen caute...

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    Default Re: An orphan child restored (By: Ingulphus)

    I wouldn't say beautiful. I'd call it fabulos!!
    A man with a clock always knows the time. A man with two clocks is never sure.

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