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    Here are 6 pcs that came in today.

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  2. #142

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    Great "visitors"!!
    ;-)
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

  3. #143

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    Have not seen a dress bayonet with the strange eagle in the grips like that...
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I'm thinking it was some sort of soldier art... It almost looks like it was a stickpin or something. Handy Heinrich made some additions I'm thinking.

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    "Handy Heinrich made some additions I'm thinking."
    More likely G.I. Joe, or some post war prune,
    Pete
    Looking again, second option, loads of gobby glue? about.

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    Well, wow what more can be said, its a pity the brits did not think to bring home such items, i suppose at the time it was not important, do the people you buy from realise the value of the items they sell to you ie do you get them at silly prices some of the things you have there are museum grade.

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    Been slow... but these came in today.

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    Quote by LostDutchman View Post
    I'm thinking it was some sort of soldier art... It almost looks like it was a stickpin or something. Handy Heinrich made some additions I'm thinking.

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    This eagle device is for Heer Long Service medals
    and attached to the ribbon.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    This group walked in today.

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    Once again - WOW.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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