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    well, I totally forget about this can - I've put a minimal of 10 EU bid on it about 3 weeks ago, that's when I asked about the winter camo here...and just got the email that I won it.

    (for about 9 EU)



    I'll update when it arrives... but I actually like the paint on it... It's just looks salty enough for it...eh, but who knows...

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    hi guys - any thoughts on this winter camo can?

    cheers,
    Fabe

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    The "winter-camo" can arrived the other day - took some pics...

    There is panzer-grau paint under the whitewash (looks to be waterbased) which was field-applied with a brush it seems - 1942 date, "Brose & Co. Coberg", lot number 41

    It has a small hole on the bottom - which is not really visible - no repairs thankfully...

    I do like the paint - has that "look to it" - I have a couple of original winter-camo 251 wheels - looks very similar to them.

    Any commets?

    Cheers,
    Fabe

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    hey guys - thoughts in this SS can - is it original?
    the welding looks ok to me...a bit salty, but no holes according to the seller - price is: 70 EU.

    sorry only these crappy pics for now:

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    THX - Fabe

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    At the first sight it looks ok, but i would ask for more pics.... Especially the welding spots on the corners of the handle.... Also ask if there is a stamp of a flower on the filling cap

    Tom

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    And you should request a photograph of the internal cap section.

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    THX guys - alas too late, it was sold while I was sleeping

    but instead I got my very first German grain/post/whatever sack...

    my very first grain(?) sack

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    new pick-up:

    just got this 1943 'ABP' lot number: 70 jerry can - noone was biding on it so I got for "starting price" (15 EU) - could it be some original blue "Lufty" paint on it??

    cheers,
    Fabe

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    Hi Fellas,

    Just picked up this nice jerrycan. Can anybody tell me who the maker is? And what do the numbers 122 mean (to identify the maker)?

    Thanks,

    Jac



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    Quote by The Jackal View Post
    Hi Fellas,

    Just picked up this nice jerrycan. Can anybody tell me who the maker is? And what do the numbers 122 mean (to identify the maker)?

    Thanks,

    Jac



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    Hello Jac

    Welcome to the forum

    Yours is a "Fischer Original" (later they used the three letter code "ebn" ) made by Fischer AG Blech und Metallwarenfabrik in Göppingen

    The number 122 is a lot number.....

    Tom

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