> It's OK if you don't know. I wasn't there either.
Neither does the published account in general go into such pedantic detail as whether Vyse followed Hill into the chambers or Hill followed Vyse. You weren’t there? So why did you say that Vyse went in first? You made a claim on priority, not me.
> Yes. This is the catalog to which I referred.
The first set of Hill facsimiles?
> We have Vyse with a paint brush in his hand, do we not? Isn't
> this being caught literally red handed. The question now seems
> to be how extensive were the revisions.
Remarkable how so many posts in this thread have fixated on this trope of telescoping “brush in hand” and “guilty of forgery”. Next we’ll have Vyse found guilty for having hands.
No, we do not have Vyse with a paint brush in his hand, let alone Vyse found red, purple or sky-blue-pink handed.