What Have I Bought?

I saw a pair of large Advent speakers listed on CL by a seller whom I've bought other items from before. The pictures looked like the bullnose version of the speakers, and that's all I needed to know. The pictures showed the speakers to be in almost-mint condition, so I plunked down the money via PayPal and drove the 70 miles to pick them up the following weekend. I was more than pleased when I saw them...even the documentation (2 sheets) on the back of the speakers was in near-mint shape. Gorgeous walnut cabinets, but they weren't the bullnose edition specifically, although they did have a beveled front that is semi-bullnose. I know that Advent produced several versions of the large model and am not sure which one these are. The sound is to die for....flat, uncolored, and unbelievably well-balanced. Doesn't stand out in any particular way, but you just want to keep listening for hours. Anyone that might recognize which model these are please respond. Henry Kloss was a flat-out genius.
Thanks for all the responses and suggestions on the Large Advents. I
regret waiting so long to pick up a pair, but thought anything priced so cheaply originally couldn't be anything special. We owe a debt of gratitude to the pioneers of audio who had the foresight and integrity to build products that not only performed great, but were built to last.
I may be wrong but... Were not the beveled edge the first edition, called OLA by the community. They came with a green or orange "fried egg" tweeter mounted up off the baffle and a 12" basket, Masonite edge, inverted foam surround woofer mounted low in the box? The bull nose are the second edition with a tweeter mounted directly on the baffle and a non Masonite ring woofer mounted higher up from the bottom, better suited for placing directly on the floor. Hey, what do I know, I can be wrong.
From everything I've seen/learned so far, I think you are correct, Lone Rider. The beveled-edge front version was the first iteration of the Large Advents, the bullnose edition came later, from what I've been able to glean. I did not realize the material around the woofer is Masonite....no wonder it deteriorates over time (or warps, or whatever the issue was).
I still have not removed the grills on the speakers...they sound great and the seller assured me the woofers were re-foamed and crossovers reworked. It amazes me how 'right' these speakers sound with a wide variety of music. I am in the process of picking up a pair of the bullnose
from Atlanta....the seller has to come to NC in July for a wedding and will bring them with him. Good karma there.