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Sonderbefehls

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  • Birthday 01/31/1962

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    Heavy Panzers, Butterfly Bombs, RAF.

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  1. Sonderbefehls

    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    Just been told that a container part, does indeed fit, into the botttom piece..
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    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    How was it used? Can't see any thing to suggest it had a gas attachment, so it must be a simple candle holder? The underneath has a square metal piece, so may be a wall attachment fitted under this? Displayed on a wall:
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    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    The inside:
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    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    Three piece construction:
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    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    Construction: The little screw on the back comes away, and the bracket slides down to get easy access to the inside.
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    Reichsbahn Lamp.

    Nice little Deutsche Reichsbahn lamp. Can't find any info' on the maker's name "WG"? Made after 1937, it has the German Eagle and D R stamped on the top. Before 1937, it was just a simple D R.
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    M16 German Helmet.

    Nice M16 helmet, just needs a liner and chin strap to complete it. The marking/stamp seems to be "ET6?" can't make out the last digit. Looking at the lugs, it looks like a "ET62". The helmet was "found" earlier this year (?) and should look super when finished.
  8. Here is the Tiger now, fenced off. I do believe it's to be moved to Saumur Tank Museum for a restoration project (?).
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    Crashed BF 110

    Good luck Richard, with your findings. I doubt we will ever understand/estimate the violence of the impact a machine like this can cause. Keep looking mate.
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    British WW2 Helmet.

    Hi Jerry, I am after a ww2 helmet net, this one was already on it. Got a original chin strap on the way
  11. Always wanted a "Tommy" helmet in decent condition. This helmet finally came my way . Just after a chin strap now. Nice addition to my helmet collection.
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    My New Panel JU88 5J+ER

    This panel is quite simply not a forgery.. sorry! It was done by a friend to "replicate, yes replicate a panel I've always wanted. On my reply to the comments, I clearly say: "I'm sure this is what it more or less would have looked like, at the time of the crash". I haven't been ripped off, and have never, ever put this down as a original from the actual Ju 88, that crashed all those years ago. If the actual panel isn't from a Ju 88, I'm not going to start crying like a baby, I really don't care... It's a replica that I had made, pure and simple. Still love it. The reason? I was fascinated by the actual colours on the "nose art" and wanted to see what it "possibly may have" looked like to this day. I think we did a good enough job. I would still say, that this would be a fair representation, taken from those original pictures in Yorkshire. To the crew of the bomber who died, may you Rest In Peace.
  13. Lovely participation plaque, of a ride through the Bavarian mountains 1937. 2 x 3 inches and quite heavy. Stunning looking piece and I just love the green colour. Also, I believe there is a version in "Red", just wish I could find it. ?
  14. Nice and quite rare NSDAP lapel badge. Marked М1/72-Fritz Zimmermann - Stuttgart.
  15. Handed out personally by Albert Speer, to the most senior workers at the end of building process of the "new" Reichskanzlei in 1938. This is a damaged wall plaque with artist's signature "A. Breker" . Inscription: "In memory of the completion of the Reich Chancellery - Erstanden March 1938 to today Berlin the ninth January 1939 ". Foundry marks for the Prussian mining and metallurgical AG Gliwice. Size 26.5 x 13.5 cm. The damage just adds character to the plaque.
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