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Can anyone confirm the validity of this train eagle?

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    Default Can anyone confirm the validity of this train eagle?

    Hello.

    New squirt at this forum, stumbled across this fine eagle and wonder if anyone can help me to find out if this is wartime-made or a copy?
    Seem in a too good shape, and the wings in the middle seem odd in shape comparing to the other i have seen.

    Anyone?

    Thanks, Mats R.
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    Your going to want to stay away from that I think.

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    These eagles are quite well covered on the forum here. Do a search here and look at some genuine pieces.
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    Thats what i thought..How much is one of these replicas worth? The man selling it wants 370 USD for it.

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    Quality replicas from the 70's have moved up to about a top price of around $300. This eagle is of lesser quality and not worth nearly as much IMO.

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    Wow thats a shining eagle. That train must have been in africa and been sandblasted every time it went out. But in all seriousness, its a mediocre fake.

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    Where is the seller located? What country?

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    I would pass on this eagle also.

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    Not worth the asking price , I would pay $100 tops

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    Bad! IMO, as a collector of original ww2 artifacts, something like this is worthless --- I know people like to spend money on things like this as "space fillers" or whatever but I'd rather save up for a good one.

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