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Stuka f

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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. Thanks. It amazes me too, and makes me very curious as well, every time again.
  2. Out of the woodwork!! They have being sitting in a cellar for all these years, waiting for me to rescue them. It gives a old man like me that Indiana Jones feeling, you can hardly describe. The worse part was getting them to my place. It was dark when I got home and couldn't wait to make a pic...
  3. My pleasure. The answers given was quiet elaborated. I'll try to give you a translation asap
  4. Answer is given. Also; Good evening ladies and gentlemen, I think it is a captain's captain of the country railway sections (SCFC), in this case the 4th section. Created and organized before 1914, there are 10: 1st: P.L.M. (Paris-Lyon-Méditerranée) 2nd: P.L.M. 3rd: P.O. (Paris-Orléans) 4th: State 5th: North 6th: East 7th: Noon 8th: East, State and North 9th: State 10th: secondary railways. In 1917, an 11th section was formed by the 1st section: P.L.M. After the armistice, a 12th section will be formed by all the networks / sections, for the management and supervision of the service in Alsace-Lorraine.
  5. Question is on; http://www.passionmilitaria.com/t176478-kepi-francais-en-identification-svp#1540959
  6. Could be a fantasy piece. Germany had lots of them; for carnival etc...
  7. Hello, thanks for your opinion; much appreciated. About the stamp, I couldn't find any so far, but knowing what to look for I'll check again.
  8. Ok thanks for your time. I'll ad a pic of the reverse asap. Not very elaborated, probably not of a great importance...
  9. Ok, thanks. The research sounds interesting. I might give it a go.
  10. Thanks a lot, again! Would never guessed about the screwplate. Could I ask you what the star (looks +/- like a prussian guard star...)might be?
  11. Thanks a lot Eric. Much appreciated. The labor medal doesn't bear any serial numbers, the bravery medal is marked 836625.
  12. Hello, here they are. If you need better details, please ask.
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