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Specimen trimming, tips and techniques
Denise
post Aug 31 2007, 07:32 AM
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Ok.....I have several specimens that need some trimming to help make them look more presentable. Any tips on how to do that? mellow.gif

I know Im no "Collectors Edge", but I like to do things myself If I can....hehe
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Denise
post Apr 14 2008, 01:07 PM
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Update on the specimens in the 1st picture....
Left piece was given to Sean for him to decide if it needs trimming or not. biggrin.gif
Right piece was trimmed to give it a flat spot to sit for Timmy.
I'll add a piece of felt to the bottom of it.
Here is a picture of it after Dan trimmed it.
Great find Timmy.... Good job! happy.gif
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