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L.Fure

12-19-2019 06:12:07




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to 097Clint, 12-18-2019 07:05:54  
Do you know which town he was from? There's a wood carver in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin that has carved a few trolls from tree stumps around that town. Trolls are popular there because of the descendants from Norway that live there.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-19-2019 08:02:56




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to L.Fure, 12-19-2019 06:12:07  
sadly that info was in a phone that got dropped in a bucket of oil and I cant remember what his last name was all I know ids his name was Joe,,



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L.Fure

12-19-2019 01:46:01




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to 097Clint, 12-18-2019 07:05:54  
WOW! The person that carved that for you is really talented. How long did it take to complete it? Is it made from one chunk of wood.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-19-2019 05:21:51




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to L.Fure, 12-19-2019 01:46:01  
one chunk of wood yes,, guy was from WI he worked on it for about a month he said,, sadly I have never been able to contact him after he brought it to me,, I am afraid he passed away as his web page was deleted and his phone was shut off a very talented guy a few more of his works here, that was him standing beside my Abe

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Case Nutty 1660

12-18-2019 16:58:39




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to 097Clint, 12-18-2019 07:05:54  
Here is mine I had custom carved I knew I would never have the coin to spend 10-15K for a real one,, I have some hard money in this one too but nothing like that but this one has far more detail than even the real Case cast one like above,, this one is almost 6 feet tall also and weighs around 500 lbs

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097Clint

12-18-2019 13:19:08




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to 097Clint, 12-18-2019 07:05:54  
That's a nice one,the one I posted was one I seen,I don't personally own one,yet.

Clint



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GWIndy

12-18-2019 13:01:12




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 Re: Cool old things in reply to 097Clint, 12-18-2019 07:05:54  
Nice. I have an "old Abe" in the barn for the winter.



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