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    Sticky: If he carries on like that you'll be calling him...

    If he carries on like that you'll be calling him 'no fingers'!!!!!!!
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    Sticky: If he boiled it I wonder if he opened the grenade...

    If he boiled it I wonder if he opened the grenade first,which would have been just as dangerous and very foolish
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    Sticky: Personally I would call the police in, one, it...

    Personally I would call the police in, one, it shows your being responsible,two, its the safest thing to do they will have access to the right people to call in, or if you prefer find a very deep...
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    Sticky: Joe you may well have a live round there mate,no...

    Joe you may well have a live round there mate,no pin mark on the primer,internal filling, top cap missing, or it could be a drill round but the primer could still be active by the look of it,this...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe , its safe enough provided its not exposed to heat or naked flame , i think this type of film was made from cellulose which burn furiously , i think it can also crumble if not stored properly...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Hi Joe , looks like you got a nice piece of historic archive film there, but a word of warning , old film stock like this is prone to severe deterioration and can be highly flammable i think you...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Thats Art deco for yer
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe, there were some very similar statuettes on the Antique Roadshow a few years ago , they were valued at around £500 each and these were 1920s as well, it would be advisable to research all the...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe Ive said it before, you definately have a couple of golden spherical objects about your person
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe you could take the whole thing to a jeweller with a picture of what it should look like and ask them if they can solder or braze a brass ring on
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe, I think scanning the diary would be best for a number of reasons, one to save a lot of time typing two you state that his writing alters due to possible stress it would be more personal too...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Jeezs Joe, what a truly great find, i would love to sit down and read all of it plus this guy was awarded a mass of medals, it goes to show that there are family members who have absolutely no...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    I am definately going to open a recycling depot, but knowing my luck all i'll get is peoples garbage and nothing else, your finds are getting fantastic Joe and they are in such good condition
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    I must admit its a nice Beaded Quist M40 and the decal is pretty good, i wonder what the next lid will be. a DD SS M35 perhaps?
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Well Joe, for a luft something helmet, I'd mulch the stuff by hand and deliver it on a pair of roller skates if he wanted me to, just another day in the life of GIZMO8Z lol
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe, this is becoming a habit and one that you cant control, its like a monster waiting in the shadows, i think you should let me take some of the awful burden off your shoulders before you are...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Oh I didnt know you had the bayonet, in that case you need a nice NCO Samurai sword!!!!!
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe, the type 90 is worth a fair deal more than this but together you have a very nice Japanese collection, try and get a nice Arisaka bayonet to complete it
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    YO HO HO and a rottle of bum, (my Jack Sparrow impersonation) good aint it
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Thats an interesting little item Joe, but a painful one, getting a ball stuck in a barrel :o(
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    All I can say Joe is you look like Cousin IT , from the Addams Family
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Oh thats very nice and what a bonus to fit the M1
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Joe, you really do worry me by letting these students "play" with your collection, it only needs one to drop or mis-handle something and youve got a problem, especially if they put the helmets on...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    I get the same thing at my local tip, ive asked them loads of time to save anything that comes in and said id pay them, but everytime i call in there they say that they dont bother with it, then one...
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    Sticky: Re: Finds in the GARBAGE!

    Done deal mate
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