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Old 01-13-2008, 04:43 AM   #1
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16 1/2 by 19 5/8, 1/4 Birch, my design.

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Charlie, nice design and great cutting

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Now that's a good lookin piece. Well done.

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That is cutting is ready for a meal nice job Croaker
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Charlie, real life looking, great job....MIKE
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excellent charlie, really do like your stuff..
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You've got some kind of patience Charlie......looks great
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Great job as usual Charlie!
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V-e-r-y N-i-c-e ! Excellent design and cut!
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