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Original german bookcase - for display of german ww2 items.

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    Hi,

    I have just bought this original german bookcase.
    ...bookcase is not at my house yet - pictures are sellers.

    Seller is a young lady, with no interest in militaria at all.

    Unfortunately seller has sanded the bookcase.
    The back with stamps is untouched - and the reason I want this.

    Price is 15.USD.

    Bookcase is from Luftwaffe - Fl.U.V. = Flieger-Unterkunfts-Verwaltung.

    "Bodenständig im bereich des F.A.K. Dänemark" - F.A.K. Dänemark = Flug-Abwehr-Kommando Dänemark had the control over the german FLAK units in Denmark and had headquarter in Aarhus.

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    Nice find - now you need to fill it up with lots of III Reich collectables.

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    a great piece to get.

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    I like this.
    I would like to have one.
    chris

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    I forgot to mention that there is a loose shelf to the bookcase.
    ...this will give some opportunities to the display - helmets, bayonets, weapons, equipment.

    If my wife will let me have it in the house.

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    Very cool! I have a china cabinet that was in a basement in Berlin in 1945 and has burn marks on the top (unfortunately it still has china in it, not my TR stuff)

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