Great jumping Jehosophat! Don't tell me I've inadvertently penetrated into a secret weepon! If the caveat has to do with anything other than prohibition governing reproduction of an image, I can't imagine what the problem is with "full disclosure." Be that what it may, it may be nothing compared to the problem in getting Mr. Steuart's original identification changed to benefit future researchers. May have to call on Company member Giles Cromwell to assist, for the Society no longer has an arms/weapons expert on staff. To further complicate matters -- for the benefit of any reading these words who would like to visit -- I am informed that, since my most recent visit, what I referred to as the front entrance is no longer that, for the front is now in what was the back and vice versa.
I just spoke with the collections manager, who doubts that a "right-hand" view of the (shhh... "object in question") has been taken.
Isn't research fun?
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