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    Chris put up picture please if you can.there is a small size out there similar droescher's .

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    beenpickin, i'd say that your stones minus the taupe colored one, are Escher stones. The one on the far left looks like a Dark Blue Escher, the three in the middle look like Blue/Green Eschers and the two on the right look like Yellow/Green Eschers. I hope that this helps.

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    you can only use one at a time, so stop being mean and sell me one

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    Just out of interest, does anyone know if the Escher company ever sold stones labelled as just Yellow, as opposed to Yellow/ Green?
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    Also, a question for hi bud gl, in your first post in this thread, the third photograph down has a hone you've labelled as Dark, the second one from the right, is this the Droescher hone that you've mentioned before?
    Thanks for your input.
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    Good God Sham! You could pave your driveway with all those stones!

    When you came over, you had a big box of stones, but it's another thing to see them all out like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_S View Post
    Also, a question for hi bud gl, in your first post in this thread, the third photograph down has a hone you've labelled as Dark, the second one from the right, is this the Droescher hone that you've mentioned before?
    Thanks for your input.
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    There is stone which is has name just Dark it is not droescher but i had stone 5x2 similar color and i think someone bought from srp had intact labels droescher .that stone performed exactly same as escher .hope this helps.if you like i can make a picture of the similar escher stone and show you

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    Quote Originally Posted by hi_bud_gl View Post
    There is stone which is has name just Dark it is not droescher but i had stone 5x2 similar color and i think someone bought from srp had intact labels droescher .that stone performed exactly same as escher .hope this helps.if you like i can make a picture of the similar escher stone and show you
    Thankyou. More pictures of hones are always welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_S View Post
    Thankyou. More pictures of hones are always welcome.
    This is one I got off of the bay some time ago. It is the seller's photo. The stone lapped to the same color as an Escher blue/green but is almost black when wet. Fine cutting finisher as most of these seem to be. My Escher light green is a fast cutter with slurry BTW.
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