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Jeff Saylor

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Dealing with real ivory
« on: February 07, 2020, 12:14:31 PM »

I just acquired an entire Baldwin baby grand piano keyboard from a friend and it has real ivory and ebony keys.  Dealing with the ivory, what legal problems may I encounter if I use these veneers for inlay material in future projects?  I have no paperwork, only pics of the disassembled keyboard.


Thanks for any input.
Jeff Saylor
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