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Showing high quality reproductions of costume jewelry by well known makers.
Nothing in this album is vintage unless is says that it is an old piece.
Date(s): March 7, 2006. Album by bobye syverson. Photos by Bobye. 1 - 128 of 128 Total. 15242 Visits.
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The mark is Eisenberg Original 2½" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Original. 3" tall.  This one just might be vintage

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Boucher design, pictured on the cover of the Brunialti book. From the top of the tail plume to the tip of the bottom wing is 4"

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Marked Eisenberg Original. Almost 3" tall

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Sometimes shown upside down and called a "flower basket". Mark is Eisenberg Original 2½" tall

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Grasshopper design by Boucher  4" tall

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Very large. Mark is a scroll E, 4" tall

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Eisenberg seldom did pieces with multi color rhinestones. Mark is a scroll E. 3" tall

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Large flower. The mark is Coro 3" tall and across

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Marked Eisenberg Original  4" tall

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Bow pin. 3½" across. Marked Eisenberg Original

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3¼" tall.  Marked Eisenberg Original.

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Nice color combination.2½" tall. Marked Eiseneberg Original

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"Carved" leaves. 2¼" tall. Marked
Eisenberg Original


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"Carved" stones. 3¼" across. Marked Eisenberg Original, stamped in the metal

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Ver large and made with several colors of stones.  4" tall. Marked Eisenberg Original

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The vintage pieces in this design are a pair of mirror image clips in crystal stones.  Marked with a scroll E.  3" tall

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Red Hummingbird. 3" Marked Eisenberg Original

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2½" across.  Marked Eisenberg Original

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2½" across. Unusual ruby and Montana blue baguettes. The round center is clear. Marked with a scroll E.

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Repro bracelets are rare.  This lovely one has the Eisenberg Original mark.Heavy and well made.

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An enameled reproducton of the Kamke orchid

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Another reproduction of the Ruth Kamke orchid

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This is the old orchid

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This one has been made in other colors also.  4½" tall.  Marked Eisenberg Original.

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This too has been made in other colors.  4½" tall. Marked Eisemberg Original

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Made in layers. Very heavy. 4" tall. Marked Eisenberg Original

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Very unusual and eye catching. 3" tall  Marked Eisenberg Original

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This one is huge! The yellow cabs are unfoiled.  4¼" across. Mark is a scroll E.

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How frustrating!  Those large oval stones are actually ruby ABs and the scanner did weird things to them.  4¼" across. Mark is a scroll E

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The Ballerina  3" tall.  Stamped just Eisenberg. Enamel is thicker than the old one.

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The Vintage Eisenberg dancers are all sterling.  This poor girl has lost most of her gold wash. These were done with several colors of stones.

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There are not many repros with crystal stones.  Almost 4" tall
Mark is Eisenberg Original


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The genuine vintage Eisenberg Mermaid. Shown in a 1946 ad with amber beads and stone. Graciously shared by Cathy Gordon.

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The bead color is Tanzanite. Also made with amber color beads and "tummy" stone.  From her raised arm to her tail is 4". Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Hard to see, but these stones have a classic head as an intaglio. 3½" tall Mark is Eisenberg Original

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The mark is Pennino.  4" across.

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I know there is also a repro done in red. 4" tall. Mark is a scroll E.

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The one with the crystal stones is old.  It is pictured in the book Amazing Gems by Cera, which lists its date as 1940. Eisenberg Original is stamped on the back of the top crystal flower.

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Who could miss seeing this?  4" tall.  Mark is a scroll E.

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Because of his cabochon back, he scanned at an angle. Mark is Kramer.  From antenna to wing tip is 2¼"

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A Fantasy Flower. 4¼" Nark is a scroll E.

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Scroll E. 3¼" tall

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This has been done in other colors of stones also.  3½" across. Marked Eisenberg Original

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2 3/4" across. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Another big one. 4" tall. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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An odd combination of stone colors.  2½" tall. Mark is a scroll E.

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3½" across. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Mark is a scroll E. 3" tall

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Eisenberg did many bow designs. 3½" across. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Another bow marked Eisenberg Original. 3½" across

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Brillaint stones.  3" tall. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Another one in all crystal stones.
Eisenberg Original. 3½"


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This is not rhinestones. it was made to look like marcasites 3½'tall.
Eisenberg Original


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Odd stones with tiny inset crystals.  Scroll E. mark. 2½" tall.

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Larger torch is a Staret design. 3½" tall.  No idea who made the smaller one.  It is unmarked.

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The vase is shiny gold. 3¼" tall.
Eisenberg Original


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This parrot design was never made by Eisenberg.  6½" tall. Pearl studded back. Eisenberg Original mark.

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Another huge parrot, with crystal stones instead of red.

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Back of the parrot with EO mark. NOT an Eisenberg design The plaque says Eisenberg Original

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A Trifari design dragon that was mistakenly marked Boucher. The back is silver color. A little over 4".

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This dragon replica is correctly marked Trifari. Notice it has gold feet.The back is also gold color.

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Both of these are reproductions. No idea who made the one with blue stones. The old one is sterling with matching earrings.

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Old Sterling Pin and earrings. The mark is Eisenberg Original. See next picture for the 1946 ad

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Nice magazine ad, showing the previous pieces. I also have the scarf with the big red rose on it.

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The old one like this is a pin/clip, is sterling with a gold wash, and slightly smaller. this mark is a scroll E. No longer available.

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The pictures I have seen of the old one like this show crystal stones, and a smaller size. Mark Eisenberg Original

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This big bow has been made in other colors. It is in a book, listed as vintage, and turns up on ebay identified the same way. The mark is Eisenberg Original

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Butterfly with nice cabochons. It is marked Boucher.

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This is all one piece, the owls are not removeable.Made by Gem Craft, the compzny owned by the designer of the original Coro "HootOwl" duettes.

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Half of an old owl durete, with earrings.  Made by Coro.  The previous piece is NOT a reproduction. It is a re-make by the original designer.

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Marked Staret, with "carved" leaves.

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The piece in the center is the Torch dssign by Staret.  The two bows are marked Eisenberg Original

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These have been done in other colors also, and is as heavy as it looks. Marked Eisenberg Original

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Back of my red stone piece.  It looks as if the original of this one was a clip.

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This is identical to the one with red stones. Courtesy of BaileysComet

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Back of the piece with the blue and yellow stones.

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Another big one. Over 4½". The mark is a scroll E.

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This is an Eisenberg design, but they did not use this type of stones. marked Eisenbreg Original

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Vintage ones like this have crystal stones.  Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Called a Fighting Fish, or a Blow Fish, or sometimes a Rock Fish. Originally made by Coro.

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A genuine old CoroCraft Fish. When they are side by side, they look quite different. Thanks to Cathy Gordon for sharing.

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Repro of Coro fighting fish

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A really cute jelly belly Peke. The mark is Trifari

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These designs are from the Trifari Ming series. Large pieces
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Marked Coro.  3½"

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Double aqua feather. Also made with other colors of stonse.  4¼"

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Marked Boucher. 3"

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Rather an odd design. The metal is a rose gold color. Mark is Eisenberg Original. 2½'

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What a shame this does not show up well!  It is really lovely. 4" from beak to tail. Marked Corocraft. "carved" stones.

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You will rarely see repros with crystal stones. 2¼" Mark is a scroll E.

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The vintage pieces like this were made in various colors, and so are the repros.3½" tall.  Marked
Eisenberg Original


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The vintage vase is sterling and was made in several colors. This one is shared by Sam (and Yvonne, I assume.)

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Notice that the large stone in the vase is faceted, the repro is not.

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One of the other colors. Vintage and sterling

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The Trifari Lyre Bird.4¼" tall

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I have the old one like this with red stones.  It is sterling and slightly smaller.  Marked Eisenberg Original

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The one with the red stones is the genuine vintage Eisenberg Original. It is sterling with a gold wash.

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The top covered wagon is the repro. Marked CoroCraft.  The colors of enamel are actualy identical.

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Unusual Carnelian color stones.Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Pretty pin with aqua stones. Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Frog on a Lily Pad design by Trifari.  No mark on this one.
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A very heavy bow. The only rhinestones on it are the very dark blue baguettes. The marcasite effect is part of the metal. 4½' Marked Eisenberg Original

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The lovely old bow by Eisenberg.
These are all rhinestones.
Shown to us by Judy Miller

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Green and blue baguettes. 4" long.
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Shiny gold with ruby ABs. 2½" top to bottom. The mark is Eisenberg Ice 94.  That was the mark used for the Classic Series produced by the Eisenberg Co. However, this was not one of that series.

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3½" across.  Gorgeous red stones. Mark is Eienberg Original

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Round and mounded blue and crystal unfoiled stones. 2½" Mark is Eisenberg Original

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Single feather in sapphire blue. Also made in other colors. 4¼" Mark is a scroll E

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This huge piece has no mark, but I would assume it was an Eisenberg design. 4½"

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Interesting triangle design. 3½" wide. Mark Eisenberg Original
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Very odd color stones.  Mark is scroll E. About 3½" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Original about 3½" tall

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No mark but no question that it is an Pennino design.  I have never seen it with enamel before.
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Mark is Eisenberg Original. Slightly over4" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Original. 3" across.  There are 2 of these   SOLD one.
Only one left now.


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Mark is a scroll E. 3½" across

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Mark is Eisenberg Original. 3" tall

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Marked Eisenberg Original.  3" tall

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The stones are ABs. 4½" acros. Mark is Eisenberg Original.  Not for the timid to wear!

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Another pesky mounded one.  Mark is Eisenberg Original  3"

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Mark is Eisenberg Original 4" tall

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Mark is a xcroll E. 3½" tall

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Scroll E. mark. 3¼" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Original. 3½" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Ice  2½" tall

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Mark is Eisenberg Ice.  3" tall

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Tatiana Sh, Fri, 28 Feb 2014 7:31PM
Hi bobye,thank you for your great album of fakes !
I just found a shop that looks like YOU are selling all YOUR fake jewellry - only THEY claim that their brooches are the "originals".
If it wasn't for your album, I would have bought a piece !!!!
So your information is so helpful, thank you so much!
Kirsten from Germany
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Kirsten, Sat, 14 Dec 2013 2:26AM
A huge thank you to Bobbye for creating this fabulous album of fakes. No maybe I won't be fooled or at least look here first.
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Jan Gtant, Thu, 14 Mar 2013 4:52PM
What an education! If it were A BOOK Id buy it! Imagine, repro next to genuine front, side back, what an education that would be! Thanks Bobye!
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andrea, Thu, 14 Mar 2013 4:12PM
Wonderful. Really enjoyed looking.
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MerryRose Kaufman, Sun, 10 Mar 2013 5:59PM
Your information is so helpful, thank you so much!  I have begun to actively report sellers with fakes to eBay, and eBay does not seem to care...still!  I think of these pieces as "art", so fakes are truly offensive!
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Tony Johnson, Thu, 3 Jan 2013 10:32AM
Bobye- Thanks! Stellar collection and information.
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Cat Thompson, Mon, 12 Dec 2011 12:57PM
Thank you very much for this helpful overview. Only thing I'd like to mention is, that when I buy a piece of jewelry I do not get the chance to see a second one next to it, which would enable me to examine both pieces and see which one is the original and which one the reproduction. As I'm from Germany, I mostly buy on eBay. My first Eisenberg was a pair of earrings marked with the script letter E and an addition block letter E on the earring itself. Ever since I received it I wonder if these earrings are original. How can a newbie on the wide field of vintage costume jewelry ever be sure to buy the right thing?
Greetings from Germany, Pia
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Pia, Mon, 10 Jan 2011 4:47AM
I'm very new to collecting jewelry and your photos and info are a wonderful resource. Thank you!
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Linda V, Sun, 4 Apr 2010 11:09AM
Bobye, your photos and descriptions are wonderful and ever so helpful. Thank you so much for your efforts with this valuable resource!
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Mary in Missouri, Mon, 7 Dec 2009 8:25AM
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