> Richards is not cited as a "source" but used as a resource for
> an actual photo of the cartouche in question. Given you let
> your website lapse, if he did swipe it from you as you claim,
> then we owe him a debt of gratitude that it is still available
> on the web. But yes, in sweaty prostrating "desperation" to
> provide a photo of the actual cartouche the snaggle-toothed
> scourge Rick Richard's link was used.
What you wrote was this:
Which certainly looks like citing the site in support of the following statement. My apologies if I misunderstood.Quote
You fill find this site interesting [www.rickrichards.com]
It has not been conclusively resolved.
If you have any doubts about the source of the image, I suggest you ask Rick Richards which printed source it was scanned from. I could tell you. I doubt he can.
Thank you for the thanks you doubtless feel you owe me for scanning it and putting it on the Web in the first place.
The first version of my site went up in 1994 and (in successively modified versions) was up for several years. I am unaware of having any obligation to curate this quest.