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In May / juin1940 the Dunkerque searches navy(marine) of 18/10/08

Article about: Dear friends hello here is the result of my taken (brought) out from a beach of our beautiful coast of the North: Rifle Lee Enfield MK III, plus a short 20 mm cartridge of German aviation wi

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    some great finds, liked how the rifle could still be broke down and with its pull through aswell!

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    bonjour
    pour répondre à votre question,le procédé de nettoyage, des pièces de fouille sortis de la mer et très simple,il suffit de briser la coquille de vase solidifier,avec un petit marteau.(la coquille ce détache par plaques ,et laisse apparaitre les pièces métallique et le bois en ne laissant que quelques petits fragments,qu'il suffit de gratter .
    pour les pièces de bois,il faut être plus délicat
    pour la conservation des pièces de bois,il est nécessaire de les dessaler plusieurs semaine,dans de l'eau adoucie
    pour le métal, il est nécessaire de les passé à l'électrolyse ,et les traiter avec un antirouille ,pour évité qu'ils ne ce dégrade .

    salutations

    Hello to answer your question, the process of cleaning, details(rooms) of search(excavation) taken(brought) out of the sea and very simple, it is enough to break the shell of vase(mud) to solidify, with a small hammer. (The shell it removes(unties) by patches, and leaves apparaitre details(rooms) metallic and the wood by leaving only some small fragments, that it is enough to scratch.
    For wooden details(rooms), it is necessary to be more delicate
    For the preservation(conservation) of wooden details(rooms), it is necessary to desalinate them some week, in some water eased for the metal, he(it) is necessary of them crossed(spent) in the electrolysis, and to treat(handle) them with a rust inhibitor, for avoided that they degrade it.

    salutations

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    Thanks for interesting thread, Prospecteur!
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    amazing find would like to see wat they look like after cleaning process thanks

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