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    Well, Henry Lamm and I have good taste.
    Oh, I'll have to clean the rust!
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    The dots. Preserve those!
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    I didn't have any Henry Lamm points, but there were a lot of corrosion points.
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    For the scale, id save it for tracing. Or for making wedges.
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    Old bone scale, broken

    Grind it up, mix with epoxy, fill holes
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    Old bone scale, broken

    Grind it up, mix with epoxy, fill holes
    Can I see what it looks like somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by esveka View Post
    Can I see what it looks like somewhere?
    The times I've used this was on the inside of scales.

    You can also use super glue but get the medium glue that dries slowly
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