I’ve been working on the second record, and I also had difficulty transcribing the name in the inscription, I thought it looked like:-

 

“Cambell.”

 

Are we allowed to put a question mark after the name, if we’re unsure, or if you can’t read an inscription can you say it’s indecipherable in a note?

 

Many thanks,

 

Clare

 

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Have you got any comments or questions about record 2?

 

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