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an incredible WW1 ground digged find!!!!!!!

Article about: Sadly Frenchy,i had a Pm from him a couple of minutes ago,and he's going right and straight in the wall...Paranoia i think... So i do confirm:these helmets are no longer for sale,too risky f

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    Hi Seb and thanks for your reply. I know that air and humidity is causing corrosion on metal items but i thought that water does the same. All those metal canisters and helmets shouldn't rust under water?
    When will you post more pictures? Were in there any other stuff besides helmets and canisters?
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Wow - Really great finds there, Seb.............!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks guys!
    For the pics,the guy is apparently gone to dig,and he's also apparently "drowned" by the number of PM on the french forum.
    Some want to ripp his head off,cause they say these helmets need to be in a museum,and not traded as vulgar things..
    But i will post new pics as soon as he will post them in France...

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    There is nothing wrong to sell something you have found. And it's better to dig them out and sell them than let them corrode in a hole.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Quote by donkihotis7 View Post
    There is nothing wrong to sell something you have found. And it's better to dig them out and sell them than let them corrode in a hole.
    I think so too. If they are legally his finds, he can sell them, loan/donate
    one or two to museums, or whatever he pleases. I'd love to see
    some more photos of these lids.................!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    OMFG!! Awesome finds! I agree that these items are lucky to be rescued from the ground and it's a case of 'finders keepers'. Good luck to the digger!

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    I cant print on here what I said out loud when I saw the photos, (too many expletives!), suffice to say the acronym OMFG will have to do!

    Brilliant find and good luck to the lad that did the finding.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    Thanks Ian!May be my poor English language level could be better after reading what you shouted!

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    Quote by sebfrench76 View Post
    Thanks Ian!May be my poor English language level could be better after reading what you shouted!

    Seb,

    I wouldn't worry too much about your English language, certainly your written English is good, and if your spoken English is anything like my brother-in-laws, (yes, he's French!), your spoken English will be nearly as good!

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    POOR YOU!!!!!
    A frog in the family...By Jove!!!!
    I cannot figure out the evenings when both English and French team are fighting in a rugby match,ha ha ha !
    May be your in law is cooking snails in a garlic butter,rabbit in a mustard sauce and pours you a stinking and melting Camembert this day in case of french victory??

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