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gott mit uns matchbox cover

Article about: Another little trinket that (like a bower bird ) struck my fancy recently was this matchbox cover. Not trench art as it is not I believe a buckle centre and not also a fake - as the patina i

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    Hi All, I really like all these, never seen any off these before, must be quite common them?!

    Regards SK

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    Nice, I think its generally believed steel ones are W1 purchased and most brass are postwar. Having said that I had a British wartime brass made trench art job from the Tank Corps I sold it to GWM Rick put it in his museum.
    Some steel examples are marker marked another I had was German MGSs, blast! I wish I still had it,,,stupid stupid lol! this is the only one I have now snagged off

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