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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    The Fisher F5 was sent in for repair this morning, so I just had to go digging without it. I am so happy I brought two backpacks

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    Full trip report--> Forests of Norway - Hobbyhistorica

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    Great finds again, Inka! Thank you for sharing them with us and for the write-up and photos on your website.

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    WOW mate, you know you have a good spot when you don't even need the detector

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    It has not been good weather for digging this weekend, but on friday I spent a few hours picking Mg ammo drums a bunch of bakelite k98 oilers and some other bits. I need to start limit the amount of stash I drag home if I shall have any hopes getting it all cleaned up and shifted before next season

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    Stunning stuff ~ amazing finds ~

    You just keep raising the Bar for sure, mate ~

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    Awesome finds mate!

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    Thanks guys You all know who to call if you need orange bakelite bottles then ;p

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    I don't need any bakelite bottles but I've seen these for sale for around 20euro so you might be onto a nice little earner there!

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    Here is a nice little piece of trenchart. I found it on the capitulation site I have been digging this autumn. When cleaning it I saw something was written on it. "Radfahrberg" Which I think refers to the german position Höhe 122 Radfahrberg on the Litza front, which makes sense as soldiers who fought there capitulated on the dig site

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    Candle holder? Very nice piece!

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

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