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Flea Market Finds

Article about: What I got this morning. Stein,mother and father wall hangings,14 1/2x33 shirt,Nov. 15,1940 dated size 34x31 trousers and belt. Rich A. in Pa.

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    Gents,

    Can anyone tell me what this circular patch represents?

    Joel
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    No idea. Nice pile though. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Have you searched Steam Ship Lines, as it looks like Blue and White wave might be a shipping company logo, or similar.
    Cheers Chris

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    Flea Market Finds

    My finds from a flea market earlier in the year. A US duffle bag (date too faded to read), a few Dinky Toys die cast cars, a pre-war perforator, a WW2 British/Canadian torch, a bunch of British brass grease guns as issued with military motorcycles in WW2 and a pair of 1944 dated M43 'buckle' boots in my size in good condition that set me back a whopping €1.-

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    Gggrrrrr!

    €1?!!

    Not writing any more, I’ll type something rude.

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    I probably could have haggled him down to 50 cents but that would just have been bad karma

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    Nice! Only 1 Euro ?? Great!
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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    Quote by earlymb View Post
    Flea Market Finds

    My finds from a flea market earlier in the year. A US duffle bag (date too faded to read), a few Dinky Toys die cast cars, a pre-war perforator, a WW2 British/Canadian torch, a bunch of British brass grease guns as issued with military motorcycles in WW2 and a pair of 1944 dated M43 'buckle' boots in my size in good condition that set me back a whopping €1.-
    crap!!!! it's all made in china!!!! ok the Jeepy is
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    Regards
    René

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    Chris,

    I appreciate your insight and will do so.

    Joel

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    crap!!!! it's all made in china!!!! ok the Jeepy is
    Yeah that's Sarge from 'Cars'!

    The tractor is a Corgi Toys.

    The others are Dinky Toys: a Bedford TK Coal Wagon (#425, 1964-69), the green car is a Bentley (#36B, 1937-1950 but this one is post-war and sadly 1 headlight is missing) and the well-known Austin Champ (#674, 1954-1971) from the military models series. I have a small collection of Dinky Toys so always happy to grab them for cheap.

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