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Article about: Hi Ian, Thank you for your message and comments. Yes, I think that what you say about the bag is correct but I stand to be corrected if anyone knows better?? Have you got anything to show? I

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    The round is American. FA = Frankford Arsenal.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    OK here is another of mine - a signalman's telephone line hand reel.This is in very good condition - just stored somewhere until I got it from a seller in Germany a few years ago ( Rask Antik actually )
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    Hi Aid, Thank you for identifying the round. I have had it since the year dot and always thought it to be German!! Wrong!! I will move it to my Yankee odds box now that I know.
    Thank you once again Michael

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    Hi Dan, Thank you for showing, I have seen these in war time newsreels but, like a lot of other collectors, never close up. I particularly like the stampings!! Another nice unusual item!!!!!!! Please keep your gear coming for us all to view. Thank you and regards Michael.

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    Quote by Michael Ryan View Post
    Hi Gotz, Guten abend. Here we go again!! More goodies for us all to see and appreciate. May not be TR but none-the-less very attractive and of the period. Incedently, one of my favourite combinations, silver and royal blue enamel. IMO a stunning combination regardless of the subject matter!! I would say good luck charms or symbols but I would be happy to be corrected. Thank you yet again, Vielen dank!!!!!
    Thank you and best wishes Michael.
    Perfect german!
    Thanks!
    Yes, i think too it is british good luck jewelry and has nothing to do with with the TR, but who knows it for sure
    Ok - today some items for smokers. A package of cigarettes and a brand new period lighter. To bad that this package is still complete and closed. I would like to test one of the cigarettes.
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    and still more for smokers here....
    my grandpa`s tobacco - box. Made 1946 in a russian pow-camp.
    Its wood and aluminum.
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    Ok - today some items for smokers. A package of cigarettes and a brand new period lighter. To bad that this package is still complete and closed. I would like to test one of the cigarettes.
    Enjoy:
    Go on, smoke one of those - I dare you!
    Quite like the peanut lighter as well.

    Kudos, if anyone gets the reference in the pic here:
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    Kudos, if anyone gets the reference in the pic here:
    Tintin; Cigars of the Pharaoh.

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    Tintin; Cigars of the Pharaoh.
    Chapeau!

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    Hi, Some bits and pieces which I hope are of interest Cheers MR

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