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Article about: by ajax3985 Always fishing for pieces to fill holes and I had a postcard in this spot for a long time, but I like the plate better. It never ends ;o). Appreciate the kind words. Attachment 6

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    Quote by ajax3985 View Post
    Always fishing for pieces to fill holes and I had a postcard in this spot for a long time, but I like the plate better. It never ends ;o). Appreciate the kind words.

    Attachment 670380
    That is a great looking display.
    Just made my day.

    Cheers
    Nuno

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    A super piece Ajax!

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    Nice plate Ajax & well displayed. Cheers Terry.

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    Nice dish and equally nice display.
    We need more pics of the display.
    Is the PPK functioning or neutered?
    Didnt know Traudl Junge mentioned TR dishes BTW, LOL.

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    Very nicely displayed and lit.

    My plates only live in the bottom of my display cabinet.

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    Quote by Scout View Post
    Nice dish and equally nice display.
    We need more pics of the display.
    Is the PPK functioning or neutered?
    Didnt know Traudl Junge mentioned TR dishes BTW, LOL.
    I can do that, I am in the U.S and in a gun friendly environment so the only thing neutered here is my dog. All guns are functional and I actually took some photos of them or two of them the other day which I can show later after coffee and morning correspondance here. The dinnerware is featured in Johnson's hardcover on War Booty and when I saw it I recognized it and went for the book. Apparently the veteran acquired pieces there were taken and shown to Speer in 1977 where he identified them in writing and not sure how but Traudl was contacted in 1997 and did the same. Based on what they say it was apparently Deutscher Hof and Reichsbahn. I think maybe the similarity to the gold bordered RB piece might have caused some confusion so long after the war but it is possible. I know its a book and cannot take everything as godsend but it all adds up to a number where I think it is safe to say. So much fake porcelain out there these days really, but I have to say that when you grab the real deal its really almost easy. But that is what I do as well. ;o)

    Appreciate the kind words and will see if I can pop those pistol pics up a little later today.

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    Nice, that they are live guns.
    Look forward to pics and a range 'report' (no pun intended)

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    Quote by Scout View Post
    Nice, that they are live guns.
    Look forward to pics and a range 'report' (no pun intended)
    Link http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/firear...0/#post1166242

    I will go over details on these later and have some work to do here that I need to get to. Photos are o.k but I was not shooting the guns themselves so kind of just show.

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    So Ajax, is the plate self authenticating then?

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    Quote by Erich S View Post
    So Ajax, is the plate self authenticating then?
    Lol, that is going to be a term used for years to come everywhere as a joke, the famous " self authenticating " items. I went to a different school and I cannot think of one item that authenticates itself. Some of the items talk, we have one lookers, and all kinds of slang but that one takes the cake. Of course I will not argue with the sources seeing who they are, but whether its a brooch or a plate, or a badge, I still try to have fun with it more than anything and just remember its a hobby.

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