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Original Message:   Re: Re: Re: Re: Prosser chevron
Hello yes we took those pictures in the museum among a few others. I agree Bapterosses experimented various styles of simulated chevrons, but they look a little different to me and I am not convinced this particular bead is for sure a Bapterosses product (although it is possible). We have not seen this bead in the museum or any of the sample cards they have in their reserves, which has a vast amount of them. I would think there would be a good chance to see it. That is why I would like to see if there is actually one of them today in the museum. This technique and other including the simulated chevrons which are hollow could have been made by other people as well, and not necessarily with the Prosser method. The fact that we don't know other firms who could have made them is no evidence that they are Bapterrosses, but of course we would welcome any news that can shade a clear light on any of these enigmatic"fakes" Here are other pictures of two experiment from Briare. JP
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