Stuka f

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  • Birthday 05/12/60

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    Belgian Congo up to 1960, anything related to the city of Antwerp and militaria in general from ancient times to 1945.

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  1. Just made some pic's in my warehouse.
  2. And dozens more, just not able to find the pic's this momment...the photobucket problem....
  3. Great job! I can only confirm making moulds is addicting. It has been a long time since I made something, because the new home needs the most of the attention, but here are some of my die casts; Here is a polyester crest ment for a, pre WWI, transitional Belgian helmet. The original die on wich original crests were pound, can be seen in the background. A polyester Wurt,
  4. Yes Larry the cap was my latest TR addition to my collection. They have always been my favourite cap's.
  5. Hello, they are Spanish to me, but the first crown is the most commoun one. Don't know for the the second type of crown....
  6. Here is a more commoun one; WH artillerie.
  7. It did'nt change, to me, on cruscher caps.
  8. Very nice pic. Cap is a crusher.
  9. French escadrlle la Fayette. The link is French but you'll find different swa's in wear.
  10. Wish I could help, but out of my knowledge.... Good luck.
  11. My pleasure. But I'll have to decieve you. I got this one "cheap", because the liner and chinstrap are missing....
  12. Hey Simon, the helmet have been developed by the Belgian doctor Weekers, specialized in ophthalmology, and financed by Queen Elisabeth (the Belgian one!). It was ment to protect the entyre head (and eyes in particular) in a better way, and still be able to see the enemy. By 1915 no more then probably 1000 where distributed. The Americans had a more or less similar helmet, at that periode.
  13. Thise nice fellow came allong. On my list since I was 13 years old.... I am using the sellers pic here, if all goes well I should have it by the end of the summer holliday.
  14. +1!