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amazing find in an attic

Article about: hello, after a chat with an old boy, about second war i was invited to his home to have a look in his attic as he said that he could have somthing for me. and here is what i pulled out of a

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    hi, very sorry been very ocupied at the moment,any way here it is.
    (WELLNER _patent _90 _45) hope this helps you.
    p.s. i love your beer mug, i noticed its made by WELLNER too.
    its in incredible condition, i can well imagine that a lot think its a fake as its so clean. strange it has not a scratch or dent. was it black when you got it ? it must have been looked after very well or kept in storige a box ect, great stuff, must of cost a lot of cash i think see you soon
    Last edited by model40; 09-16-2008 at 10:02 AM.

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    model40 the number 90 is for silver plated . the mug have some small scratch and the finish is not silver plated , look like nickel finish ( i received not dark ) i think the seller polish all stock before sell .

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    WoW !! Love those attic finds, just imagine how many attics out their thru europe which have not been touched in years, like a candy store !! Well done !

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    Atz_ok
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    Very nice.. Great find./

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    Atz_ok
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    Very nice..

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    Kompacs
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    I only collect German Luftwaffe items, but, this time, I could write something about these UK items.
    The Compass is a typical and common RAF compass used over many (I would say... all? From bombers to hunters...) the british planes of the second world war. Well made and very useful for flight navigation. Not difficult to find, even boxed and in perfect conditions, hence not very expensive. Nice. Is it in good working order? I think that there was a RAF base in your area.
    AM stands for Air Ministry.
    The number 6A means that it was part of the flying equipment. Frankly I don't remember the difference between the markings 6A, 6B, 6E...

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    reich-looter
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    Nice Find!

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    minty
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    Your a very lucky man - treasure them please!

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    Jan
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    Fantastic pair )

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