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Digging in Norway & Kurland

Article about: Hi everybody! I have been a lurker in these forums for a few years and found it was time to present myself and open a thread where I will post some pics from expeditions and finds. Some of t

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    Here are two small christmas related relics. It is a porcelain candle holder shaped like a spruce branch, and a star for a christmas tree, cut from a plate of steel connected to a brass wire so it could be looped around the top of the tree. Both found this summer near a barrack in a Gebirgsj├Ąger camp Merry Xmas everyone

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    The very last signal I dug in October before the winter kicked off. At first I thought it was a flat rock, but as I rubbed some dirt off it I saw it was an allgemeines sturmabzeichen. The needle is missing but otherwise it is in pretty good condition

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    Cleaned up surprisingly well.

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    Quote by inka View Post
    The very last signal I dug in October before the winter kicked off. At first I thought it was a flat rock, but as I rubbed some dirt off it I saw it was an allgemeines sturmabzeichen. The needle is missing but otherwise it is in pretty good condition
    Remarkable condition. Do you have a photo of the back?
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    I'm enjoying the scenery as much as the finds.

    Never got tired of just sitting outside staring in Norway.

    Do you have a room just bursting with relic displays?

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    Thanks guys. Yep, Brig, the entire house is full of display cabinets and shelves full of relics, frames containing relics and displays covering the walls. Its like living in a museum

    Here is the back of the sturmabzeichen, Map :

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    Certainly an addictive hobby I would think, knowing there were treasures lying in the soil waiting to be found.

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    Nice "find" Inka, I'm sure there is more to be saved in the near future

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    I guess there should be some medieval finds as well, even accidental. Can I see?

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