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Coincidentally I just spent some time examining drawings of circular moldings at the Louvre, and they all had holes in the middle from the compass used to make the circles.

Some of the more complicated designs had 6-10 tiny holes in the middle -- I'm not sure why they didn't use cardboard to protect the drawings.

I'm guessing that the white spot is an artifact left over from the holes.

In other news, I love your posts and read your RSS feed religiously.

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