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WW2 Soviet Dogtag holder

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    This is the other thing that arrived this week. Been looking for one of these at a reasonable price and finally jagged one. Got alittle damage on the lid but its in good shape and still screws off. Would I be right in saying its the first model of holder that went in the pocket?

    Cheers
    Jason

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    Hi Jason, is this partly metal? The lid looks odd? They are usually all bakelite/plastic.

    These were carried in the pocket as you say. I carry one in mine at LH events.

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    Hi Ade,

    No its defiantly all Bakelite/plastic. The closeup I took of the lid was to try and capture the crack it has but it is the same material as the body

    Jason

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    Interesting piece Jase, you have some great Soviet gear mate.

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    That is good to hear

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