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German medical table??

Article about: Can anyone tell me that whether this is correct or something else. This is found in Lapland. the image of the logo is on the bottom of the table.

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    You can clean and repaint the metal parts, but What will you do with the rotting wood-which is the only bit of this table that has any markings on it at all?


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    I would absolutely buy it, as the localhistory is worth it. You know where it came from, and the good thing must be when people has things like this floating around they usualy have jerrycans and tools etc from the axis

    Now raid that shed and see what other rusty gold you can find

    Good luck
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    If it were mine , i'd consider replacing the whole top with new Plywood .
    The date stamp could be cut out and put on the bottom of the new wood .
    When apart the legs could be easily sanded and repainted ,
    you'd lose some of the originality of the table , but still save most of it .
    Great item to use if you do military shows , even the table is TR lol .
    Please keep us posted .
    Cheers Chris

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