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German mapcase 1937

Article about: Last addition to my collection is this nice early mapcase, and a strange ruler of some kind. I do not now if the ruler is from WW2 era or not, but the mapcase is good. Hope you like it. Best

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    Default German mapcase 1937

    Last purchase to my collection is this nice early mapcase, and a strange ruler of some kind. I do not now if the ruler is from WW2 era or not, but the mapcase is good. Hope you like it.

    Best Regards
    Arvid
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    Very Nice, Congratulations on your new addition...I believe I see RAD-Markings on the inner-flap...This is my favorite Type, btw...When I was about 12 years old I found one just like it -dated 1936- hanging on a nail in a small wood-shack in Mannheim, Germany...That was a good day, lol...
    The Slide Rule could have been used for anything from Building Construction to Artillery Ranging & Fire Adjustments...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thanks a lot Glenn! I also found a lot of german fieldgear in my childhood, and remember we played wargames with it. Where do you see the RAD markings? I can not see it, but my wife always say I need glasses. He he.

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    Very nice - I like this type as well.

    Here is mine - not as nice as yours...
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    Nice enough!

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    I believe I can see the initials "RAD" here, below the "H Tietz"...
    Glenn
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    it's a very nice case.

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    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    I believe I can see the initials "RAD" here, below the "H Tietz"...
    Glenn
    After a little reserch I find out it says "Bad Kudowa i schl", and this is a town in Lower Silesia Province. They produce a lot of leather equipment for the germans during ww2. It had been fun to own a Rad mapcase, but this is probably only a regular Heer.

    Best Regards
    Arvid

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    Good Work! Your eyes are better than mine, lol...
    cheers, Glenn


    Quote by agv44 View Post
    After a little reserch I find out it says "Bad Kudowa i schl", and this is a town in Lower Silesia Province. They produce a lot of leather equipment for the germans during ww2. It had been fun to own a Rad mapcase, but this is probably only a regular Heer.

    Best Regards
    Arvid

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    Thats because I used a magnifying glas

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