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Fig. 6.80. The very first date, namely, J642, that we encounter on the consecutive Belgian plaques with the names of the XVI-XVIII century goldsmiths. The "figure of one" is written as the Roman letter J here - the first name of the name Jesus. Taken from [1012], Appendices, PL 1/2.

Fig. 6.81. XVII century dates on Belgian copper plaques. The alleged figure of 1 is written as the Roman letter "i" - see the two dates on top transcribed as i607, and the two dates in the bottom transcribed as i608 and i615; it is also written as the Roman letter "j", qv in case of the centre date - j607. Taken from [1012], Appendices, Pl. 1/3.

Fig. 6.81. XVII century dates on Belgian copper plaques. The alleged figure of 1 is written as the Roman letter "i" - see the two dates on top transcribed as i607, and the two dates in the bottom transcribed as i608 and i615; it is also written as the Roman letter "j", qv in case of the centre date - j607. Taken from [1012], Appendices, Pl. 1/3.

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