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. Very nice.
  2. Some more comments about your helmet;
  3. And a total waste of time for all members giving a answer on that particular helmet.
  4. Strange when you say and reading on your ebay add; "I believe to be original, but I can ´t guarantee this "....
  5. Yep, they are diamonds. According to the jeweler, a old type of cuting, and worthless because irrecoverable....
  6. Sales man sample. I have got a WH model. Love them.
  7. Had this posted on four different fora, over the 200 views but no answer. Can I asume it is good, but hard to tell??
  8. Just got thise one in. To me it seems ok. It doesnt light up under UV, it feels good at the touch (like silk+/-), and looks simillar compared to my EK II ribbons What do you think? One more pic;
  9. I can't comment, for not knowing the matter. Opinion was given by a expert on a French forum, and no one contradicted him up to now. But I can informe them about your comment.
  10. Thanks Guy. I don't reconize cupper from gold, so for diamonds...don't ask me... ...but first opinion might be they are rose cut diamonds... Further research is going on.
  11. Here is the first response; c'est un képi d'avant 1914 de coupe polo.Deux rangées de broderies donc général de division.Feuilles de chêne donc arme combattante.Soutache argentée symbolisant les plumes blanches du bicorne en haut du bandeau c'est donc un général de division à commandement supérieur. What he is saiyng is; It is a pre-1914 polo-cut cap. Two rows of embroideries therefore general of division. Oak leaves therefore combatant weapon. Silver bracket symbolizing the white feathers of the bicorn at the top of the headband is therefore a general of division with superior command.