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Article about: I'm still after that elusive first tunic / feldbluse, which hopefully if the gods work with me I shall hopefully acquire by the weekend, but once received how do you go about caring for it?

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    Quote by paulp4180 View Post
    Thanks FB, appreciate your help.
    Having recently been accused of negligence in this connection, I am happy to help.

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    Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.I own a lot of foetid woolens of some rarity.
    damit, basta.

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    This is what I quickly found, and the others will make their statements.

    I think this is at pay grades above my own, but who knows. I strive to set a high standard.

    Adrian Stevenson works with very gifted people in the discipline and I am sure he can help you, also.

    http://www.collectionstrust.org.uk/m.../f6/000076.pdf
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    This is what I quickly found, and the others will make their statements.

    I think this is at pay grades above my own, but who knows. I strive to set a high standard.

    Adrian Stevenson works with very gifted people in the discipline and I am sure he can help you, also.

    http://www.collectionstrust.org.uk/m.../f6/000076.pdf
    A fantastic bit of bed time reading FB, thanks again.
    "Per Ardua"

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    I believe it is Asperious who had advice and link on archival/proper care of militaria.

    Just do a search on the site for "moths", and you will find it. Go through the thread for the links.

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    Quote by paulp4180 View Post
    A fantastic bit of bed time reading FB, thanks again.
    Or not, but I have great respect for this institution and I always set my sights high. At the same time, we are not museums, with the resources and expertise of same.

    There are others here who are professionals in this discipline. I am a professional in history, too, but of a somewhat different sort.
    damit, basta.

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    Uniform care.Some more foetid woolens.
    damit, basta.

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    Wow, that's a real "wow" cap... Unusual chinstrap and buckle.

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    Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.Uniform care.
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    Wow, that's a real "wow" cap... Unusual chinstrap and buckle.
    Thanks. It came from a fine source.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Larboard View Post
    I believe it is Asperious who had advice and link on archival/proper care of militaria.

    Just do a search on the site for "moths", and you will find it. Go through the thread for the links.
    yes, indeed.
    damit, basta.

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    Here is a link to the thread. I found it to be an interesting read and I'm always open to ideas on preventing moths.

    How to prevent mothing ?
    Ed

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