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RAD Hewer Display

Article about: I'll have a look...but I'm not worried....could be that it's because it's a hard armband to come across...perhaps it is the construction of the one on WAF that is making them turn their nose

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    I'll have a look...but I'm not worried....could be that it's because it's a hard armband to come across...perhaps it is the construction of the one on WAF that is making them turn their noses....Funny thing: I purchased my example off the WAF's E-stand from one of their members! hahahahaha

    I'm not worried. I've seen some of these armbands before and it's nicely documented in Davis' book too.

    Cheers!

    Rob

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    love the display!!!, thats what im tryin to build up to, i already have the RAD hewer and the RAD leaders hewer, its the arm band than im dreading:/

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    Aye - the armband is not an easy one to find! Good luck - they are out there!
    Glad you like my set up!

    Rob

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    Very nice display!
    Just for general intrest...
    "Arbeid Adelt" is a very commoun saying in Flanders as well ,for ages and can be found very different items.
    Here it is on a building in Antwerp.
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Very nice! Variety makes the display.

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    Danke! Thanks! Glad you like it...I agree that the variety of items does go nicely all together!
    Cheers!
    Rob

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    now thats a RAD display and a very early rare hanger also,

    thanks for showing
    cheers Ronnie

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    Hi Ronnie! Glad you like it buddy! Yes, you're right: a hard hanger to find - it's the first pattern type; not the "bullet" type.
    Cheers!
    Rob

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    Also just noticed that there are no closeup pics of the hewer itself. It's a unit owned/marked piece...but the dagger and scabbard have matching numbers and it's a Eickhorn made piece....Here are a few pics....

    Cheers!
    Rob
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