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  1. Does anyone recognize this maker mark? I drew it on paper. My camera won't quite focus that small. BTW, this comes from the French Accordian previously on this another thread. (Identification thread). Any help would be appreciated.
  2. FWIW, I did find what I believe to be the makers mark on this "Flutina". Can anyone identify this mark? I drew it on paper. My camera won't quite focus on it. By the way, the right upper corner of the mark is worn or rubbed off. Thx.
  3. Here's top & bottom picture of the "Flutina".
  4. Thanks for the fast & informative responses. The date 1833 comes from a piece of paper w/handwritten 1833. This would fit with my ancestors from France, the Du bois from France arrived 1633. thanks for the info.
  5. This was handed down thru the family. Was my great grandmothers X4. Was given to them as a 50th wedding anniversary in 1833. No markings except for the #70 on the inside. Metal parts are brass & buttons are mother of pearl. Any help would be appreciated.
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