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British 1937 pattern Haversack

Article about: I have a final question: Is the stamp in the right place?? thanks again for your precious help

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    I have a final question: Is the stamp in the right place?? thanks again for your precious help

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    Stamp location will vary slightly between manufacturers, but will usually be on the inside of the pack flap or on one of the "fold over flaps" on the side.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    this doesnt mean that is fake.Am i right??

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    anyone for this??

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    i think also that the stamp contains the royal arrow

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    Hi mate.

    As both Ade and myself have both stated earlier, this is a very nice 37ptn small pack in good condition.

    The "Royal Arrow" as you call it, is generally referred to as a "Crowsfoot" mark and is usually found stamped on all WD (War Department) or MoD (Ministry of Defence) supplied equipment.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    ok , i just wanted to be sure ,thanks for your time

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    i just did a quick search with my little knowledge and i didn't manage to find which company the initials belong to.Any ideas ?

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    anyone?

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