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Thread: This isn't a coticule is it?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autoc0cker07 View Post
    Antique Belgium Coticule Sharpening Stone Vintage Razor Hone Old Natural Stone | eBay

    I am by no means knowledgeable, but it seems that the coticules I have seen look more "dense" (and of course on slate or BBW backer) this almost looks like sandstone.... any ideas? am I off my rocker?
    Good thing i remmber almust everything that every happens and every title of every post i ever posted

    Why does these ebay seller miss label every darn stone they list.
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    is it possible to buy the coticules from them in the raw like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suile View Post
    is it possible to buy the coticules from them in the raw like that.
    I don't think that it is. OTOH, a member who lived near the mine said that there are pieces laying around the surrounding area from way back. I'm sure the mine would gather anything that was salable down to slurry stone size nowadays.
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    It'd be fun to pick up all those small little pieces and pulverize them into a fine powder to use for slurry
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