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I've seen different stencils of the same horn (SML) with or without a lacquer coat over the engraving and understand that it could have been different requirements of the client (respectively Reynolds and King).
But this time, two identical horns not too far apart in serial No., one with and one without lacquer over the final engraving (Vito Beaugnier)!

What's the rationale there?
The one w/lacquer intended to be a demo horn, needing more protection than the other?
A worker with too much time on his hands?
Some lacquer left over before the spray gun was due for cleaning?

Your comments?
 
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