Gothic cuckoo

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  1. ballistarius

    ballistarius Registered User

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    I arrived too late to get a copy of Dr. Schneider's book on early cuckoos but, fortunately, I got the next one on Beha and their competitors.
    Do you mean the bottom garland at the back? Nobody would notice about that if untold:cool: I wouldn't dare to carve such things and I haven't got the time to learn...Luckily, I've found a good carver in my city, after many years of trying abroad!:D
    I think that there is a lot of cuckoo clocks at Australia! Some time ago I contacted a guy who rutinely sold high end ones at eBay. In fact I bought the backboard I reused for this Gothic cuckoo from Australia. When I opened the envelope, a big fly came out. Instinctively, I killed it and later regretted... After all, maybe it deserved a better end, having survived to so a long journey!:rolleyes:

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