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Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

Article about: Found this at a local antique store. Just came in from an estate sale. No markings. Liner ok condition. Any idea what it is?

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    Default Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    Found this at a local antique store. Just came in from an estate sale. No markings. Liner ok condition. Any idea what it is? Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    swiss

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    Awe shit. Is it worth anything?

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    Default Re: Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    No not that much.

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    Default Re: Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    Damn. Thanks guys!

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    Default Re: Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    Swiss M1918/40. Ones in good shape can be picked up for $20.

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    Default Re: Is this a German lid? Liner says yes to me.

    Correct. Swiss, and $20 is about right, although I've seen them selling for higher.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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