Books! An English/Czech dictionary, an English/Malay dictionary, a 1934 book on some rock carvings in Jena, a book on historic Gdansk, a couple of Polish almanacs (1969 and 1979) a Polish book on Business English, and one on letter-writing. Oh, and a Lithuanian/English dictionary, as I definitely want in on the Finno-Ugrics, and didn't have the heart to leave it there, sad and unloved.
I have some, I guess they are the special supplement editions that come out with popular periodicals, VGC (for the age,) and of reprographic quality that quite shocked me, when I photograped and zoomed an image.
Anyhows, of course there was Nazi influence, was able to date, last edition set in Fraktur, that I can tell - I will be digitising and chucking on the web.
But not my point - I have a long-standing rule about not lending tools unless you are someone I know REALLY well...
...and would probably be safer using them than this clumsy oaf (totally not sub-tooting the likes of KO and Z here) so - where was I - if you want to scan a family treasure and don't want to shell out ArtLab prices, my kit will be our kit.
Imminent kit list will be shitty little CNC router/laser engraver that I need to play with so I can write the software I need, scanner as just disclosed, 300x200mm 40W laser cutter. Followed by a small CNC-capable milling machine.
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