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Collection of Wehrmacht folding fork-spoons

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    hi,like little solders see for your self,my collection of german cutlery.



    made of alu,inox,and steel.












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    I love these.

    I have three different ones myself.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Interesting to see how many makers where made them.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    My "Sporks" are made by:

    W.S.M. 41

    G & L Co. 39

    HM/39
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    you can feed a platoon with all those G÷ffel !!! nice collection

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    Here's my contribution to this thread :
















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    Interesting that some have Waffenampt proof markings. My stainless steel one is marked "WaA 320".

    Cheers, Ade.

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    I recently added another folding spoon /fork to my small collection, and now I have a question- My first Finnish fork/spoon may be German!
    I noticed that the fork part is marked W.A.L. 44. It is aluninium, and not at all like an other Finnish fork/spoon marked SA and SKY (so this is definetly a Finnish! Does anyone know if WAL was really a German maker? I had though aluninium was out of production for these types of things by 1943?
    jagdhorn

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    Hello jagdhorn,
    W.A.L. is indeed a german maker. I'm not surprised to see aluminium still in use in 1944....remember that at this time a lot of messkits were made of this metal.
    Thanks






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    Hi
    When I saw Zeller,s spork I thought I would show mine which is by the same maker.Collection of Wehrmacht folding fork-spoons

    Martin

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