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I like it. I'd include it as being within my definition of EBPL above.1973, 1974, 1977, and 1978 proofs lend themselves to a unique definition of peg leg, IMO, in which a) there is no sharp pointy serif left on the left side of the foot, b) the right side of the foot may bulge to the right beyond the "straight Line" vertical of the leg, and c) demonstrates greater separation of the foot from hair. This allows for the eskimo boot peg leg appearance.
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