Huge Wheat Chart
I just found 6 more!
While cleaning house for our scratch and dent sale, we rediscovered these prints in a large tube in our office.
This is a chart from an unfinished project we were doing about 5 years ago. Why didn't we finish it? The scan and printing was not quite up to our standards-so we just put the copies we had in a closet-to be pulled out now. This was one of the first charts we scanned and we did not have the scanner settings correct, so this is not a perfect chart.
The picture shown is a photo of one of the charts-with a watermark added.
All data is very readable, and those of you with our courses will have a small black and white copy of this.
We only have 6 copies of this, and some of you can be the lucky owners. No more will be printed.
IT IS ONLY HALF OF THE ENTIRE CHART.
This is one of the largest lengths of times W.D. used to study time cycles.
The complete chart begins in 1259. This is the part you will not get.
This large chart begins in the 1500's and continues until 1851.
Will we ever print the first half of this chart? Probably not.
It is 3 x 4 feet, and a print from a Gann original.