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    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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    Damned if I know friend. Hopefully 1 of our forum members can help you.

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    I hope to get information from here that if this is worth the purchase object
    hope to get information from here that if this is worth the purchase object

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    Manufacturer's stamp unknown to me. Perhaps the letter H means "heer" This was found near Rovaniemi, the old exterior of the building. The owner told me that this was the German first-aid scene.

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    I can see no reason to assign this table to a German origin. It looks to be a pretty much standard folding leg utility table that could have been used for any number of things. But, in any case, the wood is rotted to destruction on it and if one were to restore it and redo the top-as well as remove the rust on the iron bits-it would no longer have any markings of Any kind left on it. I could not, honestly, see paying money for this piece-even if Extremely cheap.
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    It is original. But the condition is against it. The damage to the ply wood would kill the deal for me.
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    Yes looks to be a original German ww2 table with the H stamp for Heer as stated the condition is against it

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    Hello,
    To be honest i'm not very familiar with this kind of item, but if it's very cheap, IMO it is worth a restoration job. A bit of care should get it back close to its former glory. It will be an easier task for the metal than for the wood, but a lot of things can be done for the latter as well (even partial replacement)...
    IMO there are items that deserve at least a try and this is one of them.
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    Many thanks for the replies. I think I'll leave this to buy.

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    He price 10 euro ,I think ,I Take it :-)

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