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    A few month ago I was looking up about issuing Certificate of Authenticity with pens, somewhere ( which I cannot find now ) stated that they are a waste of time. Apparently each individually piece of wood should be tested to confirm what is said is correct. Has anyone else come across this statement.


     
     
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    The test is superfluous anyone can do the preparation and distribution it would seem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenpen View Post
    Apparently each individually piece of wood should be tested to confirm what is said is correct. Has anyone else come across this statement.
    First time I have heard of this. Probably BS.

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     
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    How is it when you are looking for something you have read and thought you had printed it off you can never find it. Sods law. I have given up trying to find the information on this subject but have found a note in all my rubbish that I wrote at the time that Certificates should say something like this. To the best of my knowledge and details obtained from my supplier,I think that this wood is as described.

     
     

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