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White Mophead Hydrange identification help, please and thank you

My mother in law has three of these mophead hydrangeas in her garden in north Georgia. They are white mopheads that have aged to purple where the afternoon sun hits the flower heads.

They are pretty late autumn additions to the garden (pic taken November 19th and the pic doesn't do them justice!). The purple is really pretty and am planning on propagating some for my garden. I have an educated guess as to what type they are, but would love input from others before I let you know what I'm guessing from my on-line research. These plants were purchased about 20 years ago from a nursery that is now closed.

Does anybody have any knowledge what mophead hydrangea this is?

(again white mophead antiquing to purple)

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