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- O'siyo Brothers, and Sisters,Attached is the Scientific Report by Scott Wolter, P.G. on our Jubilee Stone.Much Wado for Scott, and especially Blake Lemcke, GIT that was a majorpart of this study.We are very thankful that the artifact was referred to the American PetrographicalService, Inc.We understand that the Jubilee Stone will be a Major Feature Article of AncientAmerican Magazine in the next issue. Much Wado to Wayne.Subscribe now for this Collectors Issue.We have mailed this Scientific Report to the State of Tennessee Geological Dept.for mor information at to where this exact type of stone is found in Tennessee, orother parts of the U.S.Much Thanks to all of you for support, and encouragement.Gah gey you e,Sitting Owl----- Original Message -----From: Wandmacher, JilleenSent: Tuesday, August 25, 2009 5:07 PMSubject: Jubilee StoneThe attached report is from Scott Wolter.
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- Dear Joe,What a wonderful stone.It almost looks like it had a cover on the engraved side, maybe more than one.I would think it contained paint and the holes for sticks to paint with. Just a guess.What animal is it that is on this stone?On Sep 1, 2009, at 6:43 PM, joe white wrote: