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Many thanks for the info. I was wondering if they were not used for laying then they must have been for some sort of transport or safety purpose.
In France, we have many mines like this because a great production was made in the city Amiens, after we have stocks in forests like this in the 90's
In Alsace, we can find these mines in boxes. Never wilth the litle pieces of wood.
The last mine I bought, last week was at 50 €.
eBay | objet guerre en verre 39/45 allemand
Every time, the seller is in the north of France, near Amiens...
nice find i like it alot. i was scrolling around on quicksale last night and found a pair of german dust goggles cant wait to get them. ha ha
Good job that man.
Hi Lebus, would love to be in a position to be able to find them like that in the forrest, I guess they are so expensive on this side of the world because you just dont find them here, plus they have to be posted and being glass also of people shy away from it.
What an amazing find!!! I just love eBay!!! It is full of sh*t but full of unaware sellers too... I got an original Afrika Korps cufftitle for only $50 and a Kreta cufftitle for $80... Both tested here by members and guaranteed originals! At first sight i thought they were early post war made but i couldn't believe my ears when i heard by everyone in here that they are 100% original pre-1945 made!
wow neat piece a good find as always
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