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I love Sundays. M35 EF62 Heer.

Article about: It's glorious here today, a little chilly in the breeze but spring has definitely arrived. I took the opportunity to re-shoot one of my lids. M35 EF62 Heer, SD with a very cleanly period rem

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    Default I love Sundays. M35 EF62 Heer.

    It's glorious here today, a little chilly in the breeze but spring has definitely arrived. I took the opportunity to re-shoot one of my lids. M35 EF62 Heer, SD with a very cleanly period removed tricolour. Named to a 'Strasser' in a headquarters company. All complete and non-fiddled with. A lid I am quite fond of, nothing special but a solid example of the type.

    I could not resist including a picture of my lunch, enjoyed in the sunny garden for the first time this year. I'm a contented man

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    That's a really nice helmet. Lunch doesn't look half bad either.

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    A very nice and clean example Andy!
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    Beautiful Krad!

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    Very nice Andy. Is that a typical British lunch? If I ate that for lunch id be hungry again in about 45 minutes.

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    thanks chaps

    Todd that's quite a light lunch to be honest mate, there was some bread too and some other bits and bobs but it didn't really fit with my artistic vision in the frame. I'm a total whore when it comes to cheese.

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    Another fine Stahlhelm you own Andy,can't comment on the lunch im afraid..........
    With Regards Jake.

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    v/nice helmet.

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    Very nice lid and i like an extra mature cheddar!...
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    FAR too healthy for a pommie lunch krad!!!!!

    I thought standard fare was a chip buttie & a bottle of pop??
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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