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Unread 09-06-2022, 02:04 PM   #1
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Anyone know this pattern, early Lefever C
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Unread 09-06-2022, 03:12 PM   #2
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Wait for or pm Dr Drew.
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What Jim says. It is a beautiful pattern, whatever it is.
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That is English Laminated Steel.

But upon closer examination it could be one of the lesser known Bernard patterns. I have those barrel segment pages on my laptop but I’m away from my laptop at the moment.




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Dean that is my guess a Bernard pattern. I PM'd Drew and asked him to comment. Thanks
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I have an HnR SxS with the same pattern.
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Very nice Craig!
It's a 2 Iron Bernard, probably "Rose Pattern Bernard II" similar to the pattern on Parker C grades, which were 3 Iron

Bernard I above; II below



This is Laminated Steel on an Optimus

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Here's what I think it is. probably coincides with Drew's opinion.



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Yes, that is the sample segment from Ken Waite's Manufacture Liegeoise D'Armes A Feu Salesman's Samples and is 3 Iron
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Thanks guys for your input and help identifying the pattern. Love the Bernard barrels! Yippee!
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