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DAK grain sack...fake?

Article about: Hi everyone, Just got this sack - standard size - the only marking on it: DAK logo 1942. (see attached photo) My guess, that this is a "fake", but I have to admit; both the sack an

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    Default DAK grain sack...fake?

    Hi everyone,

    Just got this sack - standard size - the only marking on it: DAK logo 1942. (see attached photo)
    My guess, that this is a "fake", but I have to admit; both the sack and the stenciled logo looks & feels really old...
    Any clues?

    In any case; this will make a nice backdrop for assorted photo sessions, when I eventually will catalouge all my items, incl. some DAK stuff.

    THX,
    Fabe
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    Stencils are the easiest things to fake Fabe, would probably had a less exciting one on an original......
    Look forward to seeing your other DAK items.
    Dan
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Certainly a fake.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Im surprised no one has tried to stick SS runes where the swastika is yet!

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    Quote by AMTG View Post
    Im surprised no one has tried to stick SS runes where the swastika is yet!
    lol, dont give them idea!

    Defiantly a jazzed up grain sack. I mean why bother as they make great backdrops for pics and displays

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    Default Re: DAK grain sack...fake?

    Hey everyone,

    THX for the posts...
    As I've said; I suspected as a fake - the only reason I got this really was just for deco.
    It was almost free - the cost of it was like 5 dollars. (I live in Hungary...here sometimes you can get originals for very cheap prices, for either the seller has no clue about the "real" value or just needs money badly

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