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Probably not strictly WWI, but some poor pics of two swords and two caps I used to have in my collection.

 

The swords.

 

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C'mon gentlemen, get those camera's out and set up some feldgrau stuff!

 

Adler

 

An ersatz tornister, some ersatz bayonets, metal ersatz pickelhaube and Krätchen

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Hi Adler, 

 

I do not know anything about WW1 in particular, and I have this medical pouch which is NOT WW2, ..but is it from ww1..?..

 

 

Best,

Hans Kristian

 

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Hans, I've never seen this, I don't think it's even German... But I can be wrong of course...

 

Adler

 

PS This thread is actually meant to make pictures of different German WW1 items together as a kind of show display... if you know what I mean...

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Nobody can take pictures of a few WW1 objects anymore? C'mon guys... a little effort can do miracles sometimes...

 

Adler

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@Kevin, we know and that's ok. But still you kill this topic by replying two times again to raise your postcount, without any noteworthy contribution. :thumbdown:

 

 

@Adler, here's a little shot of mine, hope this qualifies as well.

 

I call it a mixed 1917/1922-ish display of a WWI veteran who joined the Stahlhelmbund and is mourning at his comrades gravestone who fell at the battle of Arras a few years earlier.

 

 

Best regards,

Gaston

 

 

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Hi,

 

a few years ago i was very luck with the gravestone. It comes from south Germany and was offered a museum that didn't want it because of money issues. Via via i had a chance to buy it which i did. I hope in the future it will be in a museum after all.

 

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Gaston

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Nice items guys. These Grabenpanzer always fascinated me. I still remember the good old times of the war museum in Brussels with Grabenpanzer all around the WWI hall :tongue:

 

 

Pierre

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Here are mine. Might have a hard time making them out though.

 

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Cheers, Pat

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This is an old photo. The helmet has since left to Brazil :thumbup: And the photo album to Australia.

 

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Another display with some interesting things...

 

Adler

 

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Alder, Jerry B, Hans Kristian, Adam S., Patrick Lewis, Jim W., and Oberjager:

 

Thank you for sharing your Imperial German pieces with the Forum, well done gentlemen. I enjoyed viewing your images, great displays.

 

Best regards,

John

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