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Things Beginners Buy- my collection so far

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    Nice one! Keep it up! I love your WW1 EK2! I have to get one for myself!

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  3. #22

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    My budget certainly doesn't extend that far........yet hahahaha

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    'Crimson Mist' hey? Just the name is enough to turn me off.

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    Quote by retrorock View Post
    My budget certainly doesn't extend that far........yet hahahaha
    same one goes for me! i try to buy cheap items for now and leave the big ones for the big collectors! sadly our hobby demands big wallet or big time digging battlefields! I balance between the two! Buying cheapos and digging at Crete!

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    Quote by LizardKing View Post
    same one goes for me! i try to buy cheap items for now and leave the big ones for the big collectors! sadly our hobby demands big wallet or big time digging battlefields! I balance between the two! Buying cheapos and digging at Crete!
    Well, I think digging would be the most rewarding! I would love to do that one day. In the short term I'll just stick to IS Wright in Sydney. Not fool proof but still credible.

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    IS wright has some good stuff, but some of his more costly TR items are of question, Nice guy and good custom feedback.
    Morris

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    Yeah I have heard the same about his high end stuff. At my level most stuff is clearly genuine however I was duped on an SS Gautag- apparently they are a fantasy piece. It was the only time did not check here on the board first. Lesson learnt.

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    Hello Retrorock
    Be careful with IS Wright. Lots of dubious items & totally ridiculous prices.
    Try $200-300 for a party badge! I refuse to shop there.

    Regards
    Brett

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    we all get burnt in the beginning, But yes have a look at some of the US dealers postage on small items is not much and you save a lot of money because Aus dealers use our isolation to drive up the prices. for example this "camo" helmet if u can call it that is listed at min-$1100 Crimson Mist Military Antiques "nice no messed with"

    Morris

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    Thanks Brett, I do my research these days!

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