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Yup, another exciting project for us to follow, Steve 🙂 The way you have those ribs laid out in the last pic, it reminds me of the asymmetrical instruments in the other recent thread.
I checked the evolution of the country of origin rules in the USA and this is what I came up with:
Originally articles imported to the US were marked with the Country only i.e. "Bavaria." If you see a mark that simply says a country name it was likely made after 1890 for export to the United States.
In 1914, the U.S. added the requirement of the words "Made in" to the Country of origin marking. Thus new imports after that date were marked i.e. "Made in Czechoslovakia" https://history.stackexchange.com/questions/17724/when-were-country-of-origin-labels-e-g-made-in-france-introduced
Hi @steveduf and others. You might want to try suspending an infrared incandescent lamp (similar to that used to incubate chicks) over the glued wood to keep the glue from gelling while brushing during a large repair.
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