These are the linking image for the "Snailing," "Straight Graining," and "Côtes de Genève" Notebooks. I'm highlighting them here because their license is different than that of the rest of this Notebook.
The first ("Snailing") and third ("Côtes de Genève") images are derived from portions of two photographs of a Hamilton 917 pocket watch movement (retrofitted into a wristwatch case). The second of these images is derived from an image of an Omega Calibre 321 watch. The images from which they were derived are by flickr user "Malenkov in Exile" (Shane Lin) at http://www.flickr.com/photos/shanelin/5757406305/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/8869879@N05/5013939711 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/shanelin/5366671496/ License: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0. Please note that this license is more restrictive than the license for the rest of this Notebook; in particular, it does not allow for commercial use. My own use is entirely noncommercial.
This is the main topic/linking image for this Notebook. It is a photograph of the "semi-manual" application of spotting ("perlage") to a watch movement. This photograph is from Wikimedia Commons and was uploaded by user "Watchexpert." It has been placed by that user in the public domain. It and the derivative versions used here remain in the public domain. Location: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Perlage_03.JPG
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