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1684b.1L3-19 fol. 89r–90v. Cote 1L3 registre 19, fol. 89r–90v [The Profond's devis. Profond was a 400 ton flute built in Rochefort 1684–1685 (Boudriot 2000:41). There exists a contemporaneous body plan of this vessel with an accompanying four page description of its construction (MnM 1684b:PH 179610–179613) (Boudriot 1998b:59; 2000:41)].

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1684b.PH 39810. Inv. J9/7439 [1684 draft by François Coulomb (son) associated with two flutes built in Toulon by Laurent Coulomb (father) in 1685 (Figure 7)(Boudriot 1994:50; 1998b:54–55; 2000:41)].

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