Last night we had our first WWG (Wood Worker's Guild) meeting. It was a modest start with 3 members. We shared goals, shop hacks/shop tips and each worked on amister_eddy2003
I’ve seen these sold as Maciejowski lanterns too. Reenactorism. Jon/Seamus On 25-Apr-15 12:44 PM, boingo_the_clown@... [medievalsawdust] wrote: Iarmlann
The Mary Rose lanterns had horn panes, not rawhide, per "Before the Mast" The Dragon article is excellent, but the author does not even appear to mention thebaethan1630
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