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..if only objects could talk... a repatriated 1916 "captured " army bugle

Article about: ..picked this gem up ...found in a clearance in Germany and sold through a general antiques store. .presumed a captured souverner ....dated 1916 , the year of the Somme battles,and WD marked

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    Default ..if only objects could talk... a repatriated 1916 "captured " army bugle

    ..picked this gem up ...found in a clearance in Germany and sold through a general antiques store.
    .presumed a captured souverner ....dated 1916 , the year of the Somme battles,and WD marked !!! British army bugle..pleased to say that its dark over all with patina and hasn't been cleaned !! the flash just make it looks like its been buffed !! lol
    ...anyway its now back in the UK !!
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    Nice Army Bugle..


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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