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    Some interesting lots, some 'questionable' items and some wide of the mark estimates,

    Bonhams : World War II

    Personally I'd like Bader's Colditz tag

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    They've got alot of great stuff. I wouldn't mind those tags from Dougie Bader either! Or one of his Hats! Somehow, I doubt any of it will be going cheaply.... lol
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    A lot of fake items I see. Where did they get their prices? Any proof of provenance?
    Really looks bad.
    chris

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    Quote by Munich View Post
    A lot of fake items I see. Where did they get their prices? Any proof of provenance?
    Really looks bad.
    chris
    I would expect better from a company like Bonhams.


    The two escape maps with an estimate of $1000 - $1500 is frankly ridiculous, if they were worth half as much I would sell my collection and be a very happy man - and the description makes my blood boil, as it is completely and utterly wrong.

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    Some of the provenance items like the war museum are fakes

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