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Digging in KURLAND

Article about: And this is short documentary about how we dug out Grossdeutchland soldiers.

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    Two weeks ago, horrible place, I HATE ZINC GERMAN PFENINGS, 99% of signals are coroded zinc pfenings, in that day we found more than 100 coins and some other stuff. On photo You can see only some interesting coins.

    This weekend I forgot camera, but photos from phone will be tomorow.
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    is it possible to sell the dog tags in your shop so we can buy on ebay

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    Juergen
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    Quote by Inf Div 121 View Post
    Mushrooms from WWI German possitions were very tasty

    From EK starts WWII
    Hi great 20mm Schnapsglasses!I got one from ebay-came from Moscow-Seller says is from Stanlingrad?
    Maybe right?
    best Regards(great Pictures Thanks for sharing!
    Yours Jurgen

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    This friday, we was searching new places, so nothing special, except one very old two barrel pistol. Mosquitos as ussual were hungry.

    Please, help me to know age of this pistol and price.

    Next update tomorrow.
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    Wow what a pistol, you have to get it restored
    Regards, Simon.

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    This Sunday, also searching for new places...

    P.S. I have huge update on my eBay My ebay shop (click here)
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    some pretty lucky finds

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    Are those last pictures parts of a tank? You should be able to find some tank parts

    Incredible how many medals you found in one place.

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    Juergen
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    Hello,looks to me like from 1820/30s?Percussion Double barrel System?
    Maybe get it restored as good is gets?maybe even put an Woodstock on it?
    thanks for show Jurgen

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    Two years ago we found one interesting box.
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