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 Post subject: Re: Issue 21 - May 2009 Newsletter
PostPosted: Mon May 04, 2009 1:34 am 
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Do you think that the BSS would be interested in UK found pocket sundials? I have found a couple and I know of others found too, one with a seal matrix attached.



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 Post subject: Re: Issue 21 - May 2009 Newsletter
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Marvellous! - many thanks again :g38: :g50: :g38: :g50: :g58: :g58:



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Another excellent issue of the newsletter, thanks to all involved :g38: :g38:



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kev woodward wrote:
Do you think that the BSS would be interested in UK found pocket sundials? I have found a couple and I know of others found too, one with a seal matrix attached.


I would drop Chris a line. He may well be interested............ :g50:



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 Post subject: Re: Issue 21 - May 2009 Newsletter
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chrick53 wrote:
I was very excited when I saw the lead sundial as I have found one almost identical to this one in Pennsylvania. It was found about 18 inches deep under old tree roots next to a 1700s mill. However before this mill was built and almost right next to it was a log cabin built probably in the late 1600s. My sundial does not have the date but is complete, slightly smaller then the one in the article being only 4 inches square. The gnomon (which is also lead) is intact but was bent down when found. My father in law straightened it for me. It is just amazing to me that these two finds are so much the same. I don't know if the sundial website would be interested in seeing this one being from the states, although there is every chance that being so early it may have been brought over from England.


It would be great of you'd do a story for us chrick, it would be great to tie in an American sundial with the one that was found here?

Another great issue and goes to show how far reaching and helpful the Newsletter has turned out to be. Well done to all those who contributed :g38:


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 Post subject: Re: Issue 21 - May 2009 Newsletter
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 8:52 am 
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