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I use status updates on my profile to inform those 2019-8-30Like this?If you're new to Concertina.net, please note that all the action and up-to-date news, information, announcements, and classified advertising is now taking place in the discussion forums, so be sure to read, register and participate to get the most from our favourite instrument and music!This is a live feed from the Forums2019-9-3should we use a photo hosting site?Boosey and Co moved to Regent St about 1874, so the latter instrument may be of that date.Robert Dowsett Two directory entries for Dowsett is the only evidence so far found.