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    A very damaged photograph...can anyone help?

    Hi,

    I have a lovely old photograph in terrible shape - it's in a number of pieces, including one very small one which only has eyes and half an ear!
    I wonder if anyone here has the time, expertise and inclination to see what magic they can weave?

    I've scanned the pieces at 600dpi and uploaded them here.
    Thanks for looking - any help is greatly appreciated.
    Kind regards,
    William
    Current focus of research: The Macleods of Lewis, especially those of the Point district.
    Of particular interest are Macleod families with men by the name of Torquil.
    Please see my user page for more detail...and pm me if we might share research!

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    Hubby will see what he can do later


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    Wow! What a fatastic result. It's a lovely photo. Well done to the restorer.
    Anne

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    Well done Suein10b's hubby. Great result.

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    great restore well done


    ]Please note that images I restore are only temporarily kept on photobucket

    [/B]FOR RESTORATIONS PLEASE SCAN ALL PICS AT 300-600 dpi

    ALAN

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    That is amazing! Thank you SO much - I can't believe how good it is!

    Thanks again - am about to pm you.
    Kind regards,
    William
    Current focus of research: The Macleods of Lewis, especially those of the Point district.
    Of particular interest are Macleod families with men by the name of Torquil.
    Please see my user page for more detail...and pm me if we might share research!

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    was that really in bits ?? what a brilliant job


    Val

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