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    Hi I think the Swiss is confirmed? But during the first war produced these types of coupling systems so modern?

    Thanks

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    a good design goe's on for years why change it.

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    Nice
    I like the W1 date I understand they also made German kits still in business today I notice,,, 1917 it would be F. Merker Cie. These old kits last forever amazing really.

    Eric

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    Ok thanks, then agreed to the Swiss First World War?

    Thanks

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    Well
    The lower boiler would appear to be W1 I was hoping other gents would step in. Did the Swiss have ration indents on the can and whats M.Z.? Then we have a maker who also produced German kits. There is a Gent who studies them in detail send me a pm if you like for details.
    btw a note on Swiss kits in general the Norwegians made kits (60's-70's) sold as Swiss.

    Regards
    Eric

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    Ok Thanks..........

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