I politely disagree that you are an amateur.Even if one tunic is lost in 5 sent to your evaluation, it would be worth it, for sure.Besides, these are not as rare as Vermeer paints, so the risk is not that great, in my opinion.I know Mr Delich is a friend of yours.How does he deal with this task?
But they are rare and very hard to find, and we should not willfully destroy them. I will ask Mr. Delich if he would do an expertise for you.
We correspond all the time, he and I.
All the best to you, and thanks for the kind words, FB
Thanks.I would highly appreciatte Mr Delich evaluation of my tunic.I would, on the other hand, be completelly happy and satisfied with yours, but understand and thank for your concern.
You are a rare person in these days, thank you very much.
Do let us proceed from this point forward via the personal message. I think it best. We live in an unfriendly and jealous world, and there are many who read
all of this who can only answer us here with envy and venom. Let us not make these reactions any easier than they already are.
It is meticulously denazified, with the interesting twist that the brassard is there devoid of the Hakenkreuz disc.
This kind of thing exists in Europe, and cleaves to reality versus the fantasy that a Kleiderschrank full of five uniforms unused since 1938 has been preserved
as in a fairy tale for the clutching hands of a dealer. I have heard this gibberish so often, and it is pretty baseless.
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