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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    A few more pics from Kurland

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    Two interesting pieces of porcelain from a friends collection.

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    Friday evening and when folks is out filling their heads with booze at the bar I have spent the last few hours writing and sorting photos. I made a little write-up of the recent expedition I did to Kurland with Legenda.

    Here it is for the ones interested--> Autumn Expedition - Hobbyhistorica

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    More Great Finds!!! I love the Red Cross stuff!!!

    Dean O
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    Thanx Dean. I think the red cross one is of Latvian origin. The broken plate is Soviet Navy
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    Anyone know if this is for a Notek or if its a radio antenna?

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    Great finds Inka!! Keep them coming. I really enjoy seeing all the stuff you come up with.
    Same here. I really like this thread. I wish I lived in an area that
    had buried treasures. I have always wondered, are all the
    grenades and morters and mines that you dig up still live?
    How careful do you have to be when handling this stuff?
    gregM
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    Thanks. In Norway I havent found any ordnance yet , the ones I have found is found on the Kurland battlefields. Many of them is still live. The grounds is littered with them,in all kinds of calibers and shapes. We are always carefull with stuff like that. Ofcourse some is much more dangerous than others but I dont play around with any of it , and we never bring any live stuff out of the forests or fields.
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    Took the camera out for a stroll today.

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    Two pieces from Kurland.

    An S-Mine with a ding..

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    This I think is a part for the belt tray/loading mechanism for a Mg42.

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