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    nice cond.

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    Hi Rob ..interesting waffenamt mark ... Which in slang is called a stick bird with a number in it. I don't study these types hardly at all and with waffenamt marked Luftwaffe blades a number 5 will be found inside the stick bird . Interesting to see a # 6 .... Wait for other opinions and I will keep your thread at the top until you get an answer. I'm curious myself Regards Larry
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    Hi Larry,
    There are blades marked with a #5, #6, W, and S. If I am not mistaken, there may be another one or two.
    The only one of the ones that I listed that I do not have is the W marked one.
    Ralph.
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    It appears good to me, but it has been stored in
    a damp or humid environment at some time, as
    the pins have stained the wood grip panels.
    Still a nice one though.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    but it has been stored in
    a damp or humid environment at some time, as
    the pins have stained the wood grip panels.
    It is a nice one and it does look like it needs to be stored in a Dry(Yuma, Arizona)/Low humidity environment.(Desert)
    Just saying, if you really want to save that piece of history. I could help!!!!!!!

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Quote by AZPhil View Post
    It is a nice one and it does look like it needs to be stored in a Dry(Yuma, Arizona)/Low humidity environment.(Desert)
    Just saying, if you really want to save that piece of history. I could help!!!!!!!

    Semper Fi
    Phil
    Phil, you are a true giver... that is your crime.

    Regards,

    Lance

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    Thanks Lance
    I'm just trying to do my part in preserving history.
    If somebody has to do it , It might as well be me.

    SF
    Phil

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    Thanks, Phil. I'll keep you in mind. Rob.

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