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Cricket used during D-Day?

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    Well I would love to see the brass ones... are the for sale anywere?

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    Quote by ww2collector View Post
    Well I would love to see the brass ones... are the for sale anywere?
    Here some from my collection.
    I have only seen one original for sell in France for 2000 euros
    all of them on ebay are fakes. even the ones that look rusty.
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    So thats what they look like ! Thanks for showing Chris

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Chris thank you so much for showing these a beautiful collection :-)
    2000 euros for one is a bit over my bidget I am afraid ... ooh well maybe one day...

    Best regards
    Eric

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    Also i think you would also have to look at the color if it was yellow it sticks out more and gives your position away to the enemy so a WW2 one yellow i dont think so. but im no expert i just think it s common sense no offense! - nick k

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    Quote by nkumburis View Post
    Also i think you would also have to look at the color if it was yellow it sticks out more and gives your position away to the enemy so a WW2 one yellow i dont think so. but im no expert i just think it s common sense no offense! - nick k
    I do not think the color was a real problem look at the brass ones .But it would make alot of sence.

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    Quote by ww2collector View Post
    Chris thank you so much for showing these a beautiful collection :-)
    2000 euros for one is a bit over my bidget I am afraid ... ooh well maybe one day...

    Best regards
    Eric
    That is alot of money.The problem with crickets there is no fixe price for one the price range is everywhere.

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    I dont understand what you mean by that, explain. - nick k

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    Quote by nkumburis View Post
    I dont understand what you mean by that, explain. - nick k
    For exemple a M1 carbine is 1000$
    But for a cricket there is a set price one person will sell one for 500$ and another person will sell it for 1000$ there is not set price for them it is what the collector is willing to pay for it.You know what milk cost but no one really knows the price of a cricket .I hope this help.l

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    Verrrry nice Chris. See, all those boring days running through the fields of France did pay off. Next time lunch is on me and you have to eat.

    Jay

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