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Is It Still an Antique?
By John A. Tuttle

Hi All,  I need some professional opinions and, if possible, some
specific cases to substantiate the opinion.

If a circa 1880's grand piano with highly carved legs gets damaged
and a new leg is manufactured (carved) to replace the damaged leg,
is the piano still considered an antique?

Understand that the original leg cannot be repaired and that the
remaining two legs would be used as a template.


John A. Tuttle
Brick, NJ, USA

(Message sent Thu 1 Apr 2004, 19:51:53 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

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