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David Holman

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My 101 is nearing the paint shop stage and livery for the early 1900s is stated as " black, with vermilion lining, edged in white".

 So, my question is, does that mean a white line either side of the red one, or just one side? And if so, which side - top or bottom?

 It is very hard to tell from contemporary  monochrome photos. Also, can I get away with a wider white line that has a red line down the middle, or were there spaces between the white and red?

 7 mm scale remember, so such things are potentially more noticeable.

 

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Hi David

JHB would be the man for this question but I believe he is away holidaying at the moment! Hang in there.......

Eoin

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Thanks both of you, though even enlarged, things are still not clear. Hopefully JHB can enlighten me when he gets back!

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3 minutes ago, David Holman said:

Thanks both of you, though even enlarged, things are still not clear. Hopefully JHB can enlighten me when he gets back!

Should have gone to Specksavers.........

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