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Belgian air force insigna's

Article about: or should I say the dies to make them! Originaly they came from Fonson Brussels who was then taken over by Indian Caps Antwerp; who stopped theyr activity's at the end of the 90 ties.

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    Default Belgian air force insigna's

    or should I say the dies to make them!
    Originaly they came from Fonson Brussels who was then taken over by Indian Caps Antwerp; who stopped theyr activity's at the end of the 90 ties.
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    A better view on the WWI insigna.
    The others are specialisation ingina's and WW II insigna's.
    If I found out (again) witch is witch I will post it.
    I have resized it twice and can't upload it , I will be back later, I have got some work to do!!

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    Here is a better view an the WWI insigna dies;
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    the ones on the bottom right and left or from Leopold III what means they where made after the first world war. So is the little one on the second from the right to the left.
    on the largest one you see the monogram of Albert I who was king of Beglium during the first world war and stayed with his men on the front

    regards,

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    Quote by wolffighter View Post
    the ones on the bottom right and left or from Leopold III what means they where made after the first world war. So is the little one on the second from the right to the left.
    on the largest one you see the monogram of Albert I who was king of Beglium during the first world war and stayed with his men on the front

    regards,
    That is correct! Sorry I didn't complete thise yet!

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    Stuka,

    These are fantastic, and very tough to find from any country. years ago, I was outbid on some Imperial German Wound Badge Dies, and I haven't seen any since then. Very nice!
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    Hi Kris,

    A lick of grease wouldn't hurt, if not for your sake then for histories!

    Lovely, uber-rare dies, cherish them mate!

    Regards, Ned.
    'I do not think we can hope for any better thing now.
    We shall stick it out to the end, but we are getting weaker of course, and the end cannot be far.
    It seems a pity, but I do not think I can write more. R. SCOTT.
    Last Entry - For God's sake look after our people.'

    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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    Quote by IMPERIAL QUEST View Post
    Stuka,

    These are fantastic, and very tough to find from any country. years ago, I was outbid on some Imperial German Wound Badge Dies, and I haven't seen any since then. Very nice!
    Yes , things like thise are very hard to find, this factory was forced to produce for the TR during the war, only a few remain when I bought the entire factory.

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Hi Kris,

    A lick of grease wouldn't hurt, if not for your sake then for histories!

    Lovely, uber-rare dies, cherish them mate!

    Regards, Ned.
    Hey Ned,
    One should do that, but I would need personal to do thise ...I had over 5000 of them. I made a personal selection and try to find other people to cherish them in theire collection.

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