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    That would be cool. Welcome
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    Can anyone tell us just how wide the scrolls of the Tora are?

    Many thanks!
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    What about some kind of Papal edict or message? You say found in the Ukraine, how? Forgive me but the Ukraine would be along the route between the Eastern and Western Roman Empires? Perhaps that old but more likely an artifact secreted away from the Nazis. Perhaps buried by someone who never made it back?
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    Researching something else and saw this:

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    Art nouveau hanging lamp chain part. I didn't find an exact match but saw many hanging lamps with long, solid "links" in the chain.

    I see this as a more likely candidate than the baby rattle, but I don't know what to call the 'bar links' in the chain to do additional searching.
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    So I went back to sleep...

  5. #20
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    That's not a bad guess but there are no attachment points on the ends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doubter in MD View Post
    That's not a bad guess but there are no attachment points on the ends.
    C'mon man, use some imagination. I know it isn't an exact match but attachment points don't HAVE to be at the ends...

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    They told me I should hold on to my dreams.
    So I went back to sleep...

  7. #22
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    Kudos for spying this similar piece while researching the "Odd Copper Sphere" thread. I thought about the alternate attachment points. Maybe it is part of a lamp. I just don't think so.
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