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Article about: does anybody know something about it ,where was it used , fake or real art enzz. - weights 56 kilo - 175cm wide - 108cm high thanx and sorry for my englisch ps.i want to sell it ,how much mo

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    does anybody know something about it ,where was it used , fake or real art enzz.
    - weights 56 kilo
    - 175cm wide
    - 108cm high
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    thanx and sorry for my englisch

    ps.i want to sell it ,how much money can i ask for it??
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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    Your English is fine.

    Never seen this exact pattern of eagle before. But many were "one off" and custom made for the building.

    I like the look of it.

    No idea of value and we do not offer valuations on the forum.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Also welcome aboard- Have to agree with Ade eagle looks period and was probably applied to a particular building and after occupation the Swaz was removed - check vendor websites for a possible price.
    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    I like the eagle.
    It does look like a period manufactured piece retaining a bit of an art deco appearance.

    How much would postage be to the UK?

    MFG
    Doug

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    Where was it found? You wouldn't think it had traveled far at that weight...

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    I agree - probably a one-off piece made for a building.
    Mil

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    i found it in IJsselstein (utrecht) NL

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    Airfoto Overwaard Steenfabriek IJsselstein | KML | iNovmapping

    i found this , middle of the text : Historical fact: During the second world war this location was used by the Germans to store war materials.


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    NETHERLANDS!!! great that means even cheaper postage to the UK

    The bit of research I have done points to a large German war cemetry near IJsselstein that contained the dead from both World Wars.
    I wonder if it was erected at the cemetry after Germany had occupied Holland.

    It certainly looks to have the early Eagle look about it.

    Try scouring the web you may be able to find a picture of it somewhere

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    Lets see the back of it.

    Thank you
    Dean O

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