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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Have a good Christmas Inka, thanks for your enthralling thread

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    Made a couple of relic displays today. Helmet is from Stalingrad and the mortar part is from Kurland

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    Fantastic Inka.

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    Merry Xmas

    The latest relic display off the workbench A PPS 42/43 barrel, oiler and two casings, all found in the Kurland Kessel.

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    Superb display Inka, they just get better and better.

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    Another relic display ready, a fragment of a German helmet found in Stalingrad. Hope you like it

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    Very imaginative Inka, lovely displays!

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    I had a piece of shrapnel that had broke off a BM-13 Katyusha rocket found in Kurland,and I mounted it on a wooden base. Looks a bit better now than when just laying on the shelf

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    Another little relic saved from the stashbox. I am not sure what medal or badge this cross is from,got it as part of a deal buying relic badges from Germany,,but it looks kool mounted on the frame now

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    Also I made these two : A Red Army mortart tail fin from Kurland and a K98 round found in Norway.

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    What a brilliant way to immortalize battlefield relics! I envy your ingenuity.
    I have a small collection of Battle of Britain relics that I'd love to do something like this with, but I lack the skill and craftsmanship.

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    That's amazing Inka, the way you display these relics they take on a sculptural quality.

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