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M35 Found in Netherlands

Article about: Hi, guys! I bought this M35 from a collector in Rio Grande do Sul. He tell me it came from a collector from Netherlands in 2012 and was found in 2009 in Arnhem. Have no visible markings (is

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    Hi, guys!

    I bought this M35 from a collector in Rio Grande do Sul. He tell me it came from a collector from Netherlands in 2012 and was found in 2009 in Arnhem.

    Have no visible markings (is this normal by the rust?)

    What do you think?

    Thanks

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    A nice early ( non-reinforced liner band by the looks of it ) M35 with a decent amount of crispy liner left.
    Is there any trace of a decal on the left side?

    The stamps were not that deep and this degree of corrosion can make it hard to find or read any that are left.

    Cheers, Dan
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    It would make a good display, but be careful in the humid condition you have in Brasil, it can quickly make your collection corrode more.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

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    Hi, thanks for the answers! I guess is a remaning faded Heer decal,maybe... (?)

    I'm searching for a little of silica to keep him dry in a plastic bag. What more can be useful?

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    That rust looks very dark (i.e. inactive) to me. I can't think a bit of humidity will give it too much grief. Keeping it wrapped up in a plastic bag kind of defeats the purpose of having it in the first place n'est ce pas?

    Better to have such treasure on DISPLAY!!

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    Hi, Glenn! What means ("inactive rust")?

    Thanks

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    it means it will not get worse.

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    Rust that is not getting worse. When a dark colour you can be reasonably sure the oxidation has stopped or it at least very slow. Red rust is active and nibbling away at your metal bits.

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