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    Hi, im interested in purchasing a german glasmine and i only have very basic information about it. So i need some help here:

    1.- Are there any repros of this item?

    2.- I read here about post-war glas discs, how can i recognize the pre-45 ones?

    3.- What do you think obout this mine?

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    Thanks!

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    I have only seen one like this, and from what i can remember of that example i would say the color and shape of this one looks the same.

    The one i saw were only a loose piece (the one with circles)
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    Looks fine to me.
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    I like this mine, you need wood sticks to complete it.

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    Here is a page from the 1958 Picatinny Arsenal dictionary on German ordnance for reference. Let me see if I can post a larger image of the Mine. NH

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    Here is a larger image. Look up Glasmine 43 on the web and you can see some ebay sales and a few ordnance web site images. NH

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    its good,like it.

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    Thanks for your comments, finally i bought the glasmine.

    Neil Hever thanks for the picture.

    RKKAFan, what was the function of the wood sticks?

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    Quote by Peter93 View Post
    RKKAFan, what was the function of the wood sticks?
    To hold the glass lid on top.

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    Quote by RKKAFan View Post
    To hold the glass lid on top.
    Yes, but what was the purpose of this? A kind of safety to prepare the mine and then take it off?
    Or the wood sticks were left holding the lid?

    Thanks.

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