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Old April 12th, 2011, 08:28 AM   #11
Pierre Galafassi
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Hi Rich and Filiberto,

A war between Balu-natics and Caucaso-maniacs is not a good place to be caught into.
It is my duty however to deny any inscription in Spanish at the other end as well as any mention of a Western Pakistani tribe. In fact it is in English and partly illegible «.. icial suppl.. o.....tucky fr.....ken.» Not being an expert of early US rugs I must leave the identification of the weaving tribe in Georgia to my betters.

Neutrally yours
Pierre
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