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Thanks for Sharing Justin G. 

 

Very interesting vessels and colorful. Approximately what size do the plaques measure, and are they cast then painted.? 

 

Regards mark

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This one is metal painted and a smaller footprint wood backing. The other plaques I have are estimated around 10-18 inches. I will post the Eugen with a ruler. :)

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So I added a 2nd Gneisenau wappen.  I like the character of this piece as well. The seller said that it was part of a family estate.  I unfortunately don't have any other information but I am very happy to have both pieces. 

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So here it is.  Fresh from Norway.   Hope you like. :)

 

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JustinG

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Well, I was able to get another one.  From The Torpedoboot Grief.  I am very happy to add this to my collection.

 

Thanks for looking,

JustinG

 

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Linienschiff Schlesien Schiffswappen.  One of the more common wappen I have seen.  I like my version.  It has the age and the maker mark stamped on it as well. 

 

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Be careful.  There are period pieces and post war pieces. The Bismarck and tirpitz are the most copied.

 

thanks for keeping me in mind though, I would always love to expand my collection.

 

best Regards 

JustinG

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A nice piece from a marine hospital in Bergen Norway.  It was in operation from August 1940 until October 1944.  A beautiful 16cm by 16cm tile.

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