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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. Thank, but I was talking about the guy, at the left of Mr. Eugène Jungers.
  2. hey pegasus1831 , thanks for sharing them, could you make a better detail of the pith helmet insignia of the civil servant (facing the camera) on the last pic, please?
  3. Great history! Thanks for sharing. I might have met him at some point, without knowing the men. We used to shop a lot at the Sedec in Kin. Keep me in mind,please, if you ever come to sell or swap it!
  4. Hello, the medal you think is for reconstructions effort, is in fact a very common civil medal for labor. Any labor, and not particularly linked to any war. The patch isn't Belgian, to me! More English , judging by the crown....
  5. Found this portrait at my local auction house.Any additional information regarding this person would be greatly appreciated.The portrait seems made in pencil, it was apparently folded at one time and also hanged on a wall; judging by the small holes at all corners.It measures like +/- 12/18 cm.
  6. hello, need some help regarding the ID or any other info regarding the original owner of this medal bar, if possible. The medal bar is not mine, it belongs to a collegue on a French forum. Thanks for any input.
  7. Very intresting to see! Thanks for sharing. Would love to hold such a group too.
  8. Belgian Elisabeth helmet

    Thanks, pleasure was mine.
  9. Belgian Elisabeth helmet

    And a few more pic's;
  10. Belgian Elisabeth helmet

    Hey BalkanCollector, it is not in any way related to Belgian Congo. It is one of the rarest WWI "experimental helmets; the Belgian Queen Elisabeth helmet. Between 1,000 and 1,200 were produced by Joseph Sankey & Sons. Designed by a Beglian physician who wanted to reduce the eye's injuries. It is the first one I ever knew for sale, and jumped on it.
  11. Belgian Elisabeth helmet

    Thanks. I have no records of any other one for sale...at the momment.