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George Duke wrote on Mon, Oct 6, 2008 04:33 PM UTC:
Below Average. When these were posted 7 years ago, I saw all the 50 pieces and now it is not easy to see more than the eight ''few pieces.'' It is an adequate but uncreative site, and none of the 50 pieces were original, not at all, I remember that. Tangible pieces that may be available are not attempted to value. The piece-types as defined were all reworked standard variant fare, nor worth recycling over and over. Now it is nice every nation have a CV of its own. Easter Island of Chile has Hanga Roa proudly. Vietnam has Vu Q Vo's Quang Trung. Holland has dozens of better output in CVs than unimaginative but workable Superches and Monarch as a game to play. It takes some common sense not to overrate amalgams like SC & M, or Michael Howe's Optima and Novo.

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