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1945 German bread-bag (?)

Article about: Hi All, Any clues about this item? 2 stamps: 1945 and some hard to read stuff + a roman numeral: III Could this be a very late-war bag (with double pockets) or just made right after the war?

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    Hi All,

    Any clues about this item?

    2 stamps: 1945 and some hard to read stuff + a roman numeral: III

    Could this be a very late-war bag (with double pockets) or just made right after the war?

    The leather parts are artif. leather & the D-rings, etc. are alu.

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    Not original and with bogus stamps in my opinion.

    The design is wrong for a late war breadbag.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thank you for the good laugh Fabe!

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    It also looks like it was made yesterday.

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    it's new, for camping?

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    THX for the posts...When I see something that is "too good to be true", I always ask first...

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    Quote by Fabe View Post
    THX for the posts...When I see something that is "too good to be true", I always ask first...
    That's a wise thing to do...we're here to help and you'll learn a bit and save a lot!
    Cheers

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    Looks brand new to me.

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    Quote by ErsatzGrenadier1944 View Post
    Looks brand new to me.
    Either that or postwar BW or NVA coller looks a little off for them never seen that many stamps in original. timothy

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    typical NVA breadbag with fake stamps......

    btw, don't let mint scare you off, I have a few original minty items myself they do show up from time to time

    Tom
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