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    While I've got them I thought it would be helpful to post some photos of various Escher end labels. Note that some of them are in both English and German and some have the back label folded over the ends of the stone while others do not. One, oddly enough has the back label covering the end label.
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    Thanks for the post! Your first one is just like the one on my dark blue.

    If you ever feel like donation some of those, let me know! lol.

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    Such a beautiful, informative post. Thank you.

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    hmm - whats DSW? Droesche & Sohne Wasserabzieshtein?

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    Thanks Jimmy,
    I have now turned a shade of green too
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    That's quite a pile there, Jimmy.

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    Thanks Jimmy. Now I am 100% sure that I have a blue green Escher, which came unlabelled with a bunch of other hones. What a nice collection!

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    Just came across this article thread from a loong time ago. thought i'd bump it up since it's been pretty valuable for me!
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    dang. if you ever feel the need to thin that herd just let me know jimmy. i see/read so much talk about eschers on SRP i feel the need to get one to see what its all about. =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloanwinters View Post
    dang. if you ever feel the need to thin that herd just let me know jimmy.
    No kidding, you could brick a house with all that! beautiful images, working on getting one of my own as we speak. Nevertheless very jealous...

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