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    Found thise funny little bugger last week!
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    what no scundies

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    what no scundies
    No, he is going Commando.

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    The Scots were renowned for not wearing anything under the kilt. Great item, something I would have bought if I had seen it and it was cheap. You should try and look up what the tartan is and maybe you can work out his unit.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Really nice item, i would buy it too. He seems to be giving a nazi salute however...

    The kilt isn't of any regimental pattern I have ever seen

    Rob

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    Ok Stuka show us on the doll where the bad man touched you. Nice pick . Gary

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    Rob
    Might have to do with the place where I keep him (mainly TR items!!).
    Sorry!
    Here is a new pic!
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    .... Great item, something I would have bought if I had seen it and it was cheap. .......
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    Really nice item, i would buy it too. He.....

    Rob
    If you guy's can come up with something i fancy, we might swap!!
    |<ris
    ps buttons for example!
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    Totaly different, but i know some like the Viking periode as well;thise drakkar is made of bronze with a wooden mast and cupper sail.
    It measures 42-39-20 cm and weight 1.5 kg.
    The boat it self is very nice, the mast and the sail, give it some kind of" kitch - look"....
    Can also be swapped for old and nice military or civil buttons .
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