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Article about: This matchbox holder has been left with me amongst other items the chap wants to exchange with me. I know nothing about this sort of thing but my feeling is that this is a fake piece rather

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    This matchbox holder has been left with me amongst other items the chap wants to exchange with me. I know nothing about this sort of thing but my feeling is that this is a fake piece rather than the real deal. I would appreciate any info on this piece as I am sure it is known to some of you.
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    I'm sorry, but I always stay away from these....

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    is it marked ges gesch on the back. With or without it is a fake/fantasy item
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    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    It must be real!!!! I have just seen that it has RZM and W.A.L41 on the reverse
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    Rubbish..
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Hi Wagriff,
    Is that rubbish as in my last comment or the item itself.. the owner is not going to be too happy as 90% of what he wants to do an exchange with is wrong and the rest of his stuff is damaged to the point of no value. I think he has been well and truly had in his time collecting third reich items.
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    The item is garbage Bro.... There are a million fakes floating around of everything! If you don't study - you will get burnt. Its not a matter of "if", but WHEN you will fall at least once in your life. HOPEFULLY, you wont fall more than once and its cheap!....

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    lol Rubbish as in the matchbox holder is pure Rubbish! Tell him you'll take it off his hands for free IF he puts a new box of matches in it first...
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    It appears that most of his stuff is bad, or of little
    value. I'm sure he must know this.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Hi Guys, all comments appreciated. I am sure he has an idea that some is complete rubbish but I also know he has paid money for some of the items for sure and not peanuts. As stated above, you have to study or get burn't.
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