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Affe tornister

Article about: Bussy days guys also new in my collection a nice affe in perfect condition has al his belts markings on 2 belts are gebruder klinge dresden 1940 en hruby& co hamburg 1940. Note the extra

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    Bussy days guys also new in my collection a nice affe in perfect condition has al his belts markings on 2 belts are gebruder klinge dresden 1940 en hruby& co hamburg 1940.

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    Note the extra pocket fot the messtin.

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    a nice one.

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    Nice and good confition too. First one Ive seen without the strap(s) on the fur. Seen four straps, and the one strap models, but never one without.

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    Hello,
    Nice M34 Tornister, carrying straps are inside out...
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Quote by Feuerbach View Post
    Nice and good confition too. First one Ive seen without the strap(s) on the fur. Seen four straps, and the one strap models, but never one without.
    Hello,
    Four horizontal leather loops on the flap is the WWI Tornister, one vertical loop is the M39 Tornister...
    No loop is the M34...(in fact there's a loop on top)
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    nice condition tornister ,it looks to have had a field repair, a similar section of matching material was used ive got one of these too and so i now know what the smaller internal pocket is for ,so ive learned something new ,thanks for showing

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    Thanks all this tornister type tey used through out the war i think also the early models ? And yes its looks like a sort of field reparation.

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