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"maka akaŋl oyate maŋi pi ki le, tuweŋi wíyópeya oki hi sni"
I was thinking the exact same thing. Her wielding the axe and other girls poking their fingers in the marbe bits, when she raised the axe before striking again.
Just an accident waiting to happen.
I've just now managed to watch this video, you can really see in the faces of the ladies the pride in the fact that they are walking through Hitlers Chancellery, the scene of the end of the Third reich, as victors and they are relishing every moment, great stuff! Thanks Lez
You are very lucky to have that, I'd be happy with it too.
Although it comes with the certificate, but to me it is much better to have it shown in the book otherwise it is always be a risk to spend that amount for a so-called genuine piece. Perhaps to contact Cowdery to see how to contact the owner of the remaining 2 pieces.
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Not a bad idea, I might look into that.
I've just had another look at the pic in post #46 and I can see the price, I would like a piece of this marble but I wouldn't pay $1500 for a lump of rock, that is almost the same as a return airline ticket from here to Berlin. I would rather fly to Berlin and take my chances of finding a piece in the dirt. Thanks anyway mate, Dave.
I'd just like to revive this old thread to share with you all something new which I have just received in the mail today, it is a piece of stone or concrete from the Reich Chancellery in Berlin and a small piece of the reinforcement iron bar from the Fuhrerbunker. These two pieces may not mean a great deal to many here but I think they are fantastic and they mean a lot to me. I owe a huge thankyou to forum member danno81 who very generously gifted these two pieces to me, and paid for the postage to send them to me. Dan picked them up himself in Berlin in the 90's when the Chancellery site was being cleared for development, he also sent me a photo of the stone in situ which I will find and attach here also. Dan, thanks mate, you are a gentleman indeed and there is always a cold beer in my fridge with your name on it.