Mark P

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Mark P last won the day on October 3 2016

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About Mark P

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  • Location
    Stanley, Australia
  • Militaria Interests
    Collecting medal bars for front line soldiers, also British Campaign medals pre 1918

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  1. Sorry for the incorrect info. I should have written now in canberra. I am referring to the A7V, number 506, “Mephisto", world’s only remaining example. Regards Mark
  2. Great thanks for sharing your interesting photos. That is a massive machine. I haven't seen the A7V in Sydney, but I think they have put it out of the weather and doing work on it. Regards mark
  3. Hello Jim, Thanks for the reply. His bars are interesting how the order is on the 2 larger ; was also wondering is the Delhi Durbar named? What I should have said first is the Mons Star is great and an interesting method to attach the bar regards Mark
  4. Interesting group. I was wondering about the Canadian award; did he move to Canada after a stint in India? Thanks for sharing Regards Mark
  5. Thanks for sharing. Avery nice medal bar Regards Mark
  6. Thanks for posting the photos Graham. Looks like an interesting/ fun day out. Regards Mark
  7. Nice collection and very interesting read. Thanks for sharing
  8. Thanks for sharing your research and exploits. They are all very interesting ; the story of Roy Woolbridge is amazing. Regards Mark
  9. Hello Tim, Looks like a French Lebel Bayonet, Model 1886/1893/1916 manufactured without the quillion around WW1 era. Sorry can't help with identifying it more, Regards Mark
  10. Very impressive collection and interesting to see the flashes worn upon these helmets. thanks for sharing, Regards Mark
  11. Very nice additions Jim. The "dead mans Penny" are really interesting, and nice to see its carton Regards Mark
  12. Very nice display cabinet which the lighting has helped to show the items you elect to put in there. very clean looking. Regards Mark
  13. Very nice way to keep the group together Jim. The name plate is a nice touch Regards Mark