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Old 18-05-24, 05:17 PM
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I missed a lot of it, I did not visit for a day, I came back and it had attracted a lot of interest there, here it was just Alan and me, and a post by Jonathon.

Still need the named image to get 100% certainty
There are only two certainties: taxation and death.
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Old 19-05-24, 08:18 AM
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There are only two certainties: taxation and death.
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the seller pm'd me with another example of the same phot, roughly cut down in its mount, but he never showed the reverse.

It arrived today and imo, not that I am biased...it has Georgy written on the revers, it sort of tails off into a squiggle so who knows
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Definitely Georgie? A possibility it's Gayner or similar?
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He has been id'd as George Herbert Myton, so Georgy seems a reasonable inference, not sure about Gaynor
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Old 22-05-24, 01:20 PM
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Frogsmile pointed out it reads G.Myton
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Very good spot. Glad to have been of help.
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Old 22-05-24, 03:13 PM
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Thanks for contributing Alan, it is appreciated
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Old 23-05-24, 04:24 PM
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