HOW ABOUT A PEG LEG ' L ' 72D

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HOW ABOUT A PEG LEG ' L ' 72D

Post by pappyxyz1 » Sun Jan 25, 2015 3:53 pm

How's this for a newbie ? Okay the heck with peg leg, how about ' smoke stack L ' ....it fades toward the top like the old style factory brick ones
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Re: HOW ABOUT A PEG LEG ' L ' 72D

Post by AndyO » Sun Jan 25, 2015 6:45 pm

Uh-oh. Another Peg Head...
We labeled something else with that name a few years ago, no idea anymore what that was. I think it was something Brian dug up, but that's all I remember.

Nice find. Hard to say about it's origins without surface relief measurement and in-hand inspection. From the picture it "strikes" me as hubbed that way, but it could be deceiving without it in hand.

Anybody have a match on this one? It could lead to that DIVa™ disease...
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Re: HOW ABOUT A PEG LEG ' L ' 72D

Post by pappyxyz1 » Sun Jan 25, 2015 8:44 pm

It isn't just the L , the I and B show a little consumption also. Well of course the R............there are some faint abrasion lines in the area. I will post more pictures if I can capture them better.
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