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  1. hi first time poster, long time reader: i am an amateur photographer in NYC (D7100) looking for some advice: i recently came in to possession a WWII artifact that belonged to my grandfather, Mordka Topel: after he was liberated from the Flossenburg Concentration Camp in April of 1945- he stayed in a barn in the nearby town- and left a camp-issued vessel (or pot) there. after almost 70 years, we were able to identify and reunite it with my family the problem i have is the 'etching' that he performed has worn off. the bottom sketch below shows how it should look do you believe an IR camera would reveal the actual scratching? thanks CJ image by luzer, on Flickr image (1) by luzer, on Flickr M_Topel_Gravur by luzer, on Flickr
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