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Zoll Tunics

Article about: You don't seem to see many of these...don't know why that shoud be as they were not combat and there must have been many of them. But I like 'em! Anyone else have any to show?

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    You don't seem to see many of these...don't know why that shoud be as they were not combat and there must have been many of them. But I like 'em!
    Anyone else have any to show?
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    Wessel--that first one has to be the nicest Zoll tunic I have seen--is it doeskin?

    Unfortunately, this organisation is very underappreciated (with the exception of the daggers).

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    Must have been one of the first tunics in my first collection.
    Nobody wanted them a that time as well.

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    Quote by PHILBROWN View Post
    i bet yours was made of resin.
    A thing of beauty is a joy for ever!!
    Keats never mentioned what it as to be made of!
    great photo of the dies on the other thread mate
    Thanks!
    It took me 3 months to empty that factory.
    Those are just a small part of the whole collection.
    Most of the 19 th century dies are marked Pickard London, but I never found anything on the net concerning thise guy.

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    Yes, Stonemint, it is doeskin and has a lovely sheen to the cloth. The maker is 'Eduard Sachs' of Berlin, Hamburg and Dresden and I think it would have been an expensive buy!
    Phil, the ribbon bar is my own but the loops are wide so, as you say, he would have been a well decorated veteran of the Great War.

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