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Black Comb 

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Yes, had it been L/S I would be very tempted.
(changing to L/S this season)
 

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is it just me or does the board covering the observation window look like a piece of Formica ? ;)

 

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thats what I thought too, not sure what this is made from, looks veneered
 

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dosent seem a bad price either

That is only the starting bid. We do not know the reserve on it.

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What a picky lot, if the covers are formica then so what?

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Formica or not, looks better value than a Beehaus.
 

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Hi

Could be ply with a veneer finish, Thornes observation hive that this is based on has thin ply sections to cover the glass.


Regards Ian
 
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Tom Bick 

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In one of the photos you can see that it is either chipboard or mdf veneered board and is a practical material for the job in hand. It is obviously well made.
 

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