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WW2 decals application?

Article about: Doug has experience of applying original Pocher SS decals. It was by accident, and not to a helmet though. He now has the most expensive paperweight in the world

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    I mod on two other forums, both relatively small compared to here and though there are good points about it, it can be a lot of work and hats off to those who moderate on this forum.
    I have lots of free time, I am computer literate, and I have been here for quite some time. I would definitely be up for it should the opportunity arise.

    Anyway back to the thread... don't do it!
    Looking for WWII U.S. dog tags

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    As I said on the deleted original thread, it is frowned upn and akin to creating a fake. Not to mention it will be significantly detrimental to the value of both the helmet and period decal.

    If this thread gets deleted, I'm done offering opinions on the subject.

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    I was going to combine the threads into one.....

    Well the road to

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    When I was young, I had old FORD logo decal found in attic, the decal was absolutely the same by technology as a period German decals, even it was made by the same firm as produced german decals. It was a face down decal. When I've tried to transfer it to the glass, it was accidentally broken to the small parts, due of age it lost all the elastic.

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