08-01-2014 03:57 PM
Certainly not "typical manufacture" on those top runes, lol...Crude and uneven, in my opinion...
You'll find quite a few errors in books as your knowledge grows in this hobby...
Last edited by bigmacglenn1966; 08-02-2014 at 05:13 PM.
Hard to tell from the original illustration but I would also agree that these are not typical manufacture, as they look more to me to be "foreign" made and are more like those made in Belgium, possibly by the firm Reitz.
you can't take for gospel what books say certainly the old ones.
Here we go again harryamb2 - what on earth does this response mean?
Here is a tab very similar to the one worn by wilhelm.David i think what Harry is quit rightly saying is the hobby is always learning new discovery's some of the older book may contain information that at the time of publishing was seen as correct that could now be incorrect.
and first prize goes to you ! as they are Belgium / Finnish .. and way more rare then german tabs
Thanks for the compliment. Nice to see that I get stuff correct, on occasion.
I rather think many old books are quite good, actually.
by David North
Rather than think, I know that many old books are very good, actually.