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Zeltbahn M31

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    Was this german ww2 zeltbahn is good , original? How much can be worth ?
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    Not an expert but it looks good to me,,looks like it is missing some of the buttons. Sold a Zeltbahn recently and got 77 usd for it.
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    It looks good to me. I'm not sure on value, I bought mine on ebay about seven years ago, and paid 50 I think.

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    Maybe someone else will say something about this zeltbahn?

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    Looks fine to me.

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    Weber & Ott made Zeltbahn 1940 or 1941. Early Zelt wthout buttons and some holes. cant see if the upper grommet is there or not.
    Due to the fact that buttons and ropes are missing I wouldn't pay more then 40 - 45 for it...

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    Yes, a good one with some minor holes. You can replace the missing buttons. In US dollars the price has gone up but I would guess in the 90 to 110 range if it were for sale here. If it was in mint or excellent shape then a bit more. NH

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    MP44tom this is what I see in 1943 and not in 1941 that sells also had this to say
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    My motto is always: never say never, but this would be the 1st 1943 Zelt that I see with aluminium grommets.... looks somewhat strange to me.... (just my opinion)

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    Quote by MP44tom View Post
    My motto is always: never say never, but this would be the 1st 1943 Zelt that I see with aluminium grommets.... looks somewhat strange to me.... (just my opinion)

    Tom
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    But the original is?

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