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Article about: Hi Wagriff, I am just a sucker for swords but there are still a lot of variations out there to find. Further, what you say about the priceless jewels (coloured glass) eyes is too bloody true

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    Hi Wagriff, I am just a sucker for swords but there are still a lot of variations out there to find. Further, what you say about the priceless jewels (coloured glass) eyes is too bloody true. I recently aquired a nice Imperial named Naval sword and guess what???? Some "Richard Craneum" has removed the eyes. I took the sword to a jewelers and because of the old fashioned cut, they would be quite expencive to replace. Hay Ho!!!!
    Cheers Michael

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    Thank you guys!!!

    Dean O

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