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david wilkinson

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  1. hi gents many thanks to all for help.and many thanks arthur for solving the puzzle. best wishes dave.
  2. leigh thanks for reply it looks like this one is not well known.many thanks for trying to find its origin best wishes dave.
  3. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2009/post-2119-1239739637.jpggents this is the patch
  4. dear gents i found this cloth patch/ badge.in a ww2 german map case.a few years ago,the thing is i do not collect british cloth badges and have no idea to its origin.i would very much like to know which regiment /division this badge belongs to? i have posted on other forums and have had no feed back.looking forward to reciving any info best wishes dave.
  5. hi oliver yes i now see my ek1 is a unmarked k&Q, and many thanks for helping me out best wishes david.
  6. hi oliver more photos of ek1 back looks very much like your junker,many thanks for your help dave.
  7. hi gents thank you for your information. i will post photos of the frout of ek 1 soon, many thanks for your time spent helping me, david
  8. thank you oliver for your reply,i also think it is a junker.i am sure other ek1 collectors may say no, all the best to all ek1 collectors, david,
  9. dear gents would very much like some help to know the maker of this unmarked ek1, many thanks for all your help. dave,
  10. hello gents just like mine zinc, and a very nice original well done, best wishes dave,
  11. hello eric hope this may help was given from a ww2 ek1 holder his ww2 ek1,which had a hole drilled in the top arm, he said it was done by himself, simply so he could pin it to a wood beam in his house, so he could look at it i am sure many ww1 and ww2 vets did the same thing, all the best dave.
  12. hello fellow collector. that fj/pilots knife.is very very nice.the wood grips.are in very nice condition.nice one. best wishes. dave,
  13. hello have you had a look at ryton arms web page.he had some very nice examples.the price about ?230.he picked them up from russia.a few years ago.hope this helps. jdw
  14. hi gordon. i have just started collecting.1/72 scale tanks.have you seen.(im sure you have)the dragon range.thay are fantastic.the paint finish.is top of the range.the spray finish is the best i have seen on such a small scale. best wishes john,
  15. hello roeland its a m40.i am sure.it has a 43 kursk or 44 normandy camo paint finish.the wire look original to the helmet.any chance of a few photos of the inside of lid. all the best john,
  16. dear repadilla i have a few ek1 and ek2.in my collection.however i have never had the chance.of an original knights cross i am replying.to let you know to stay away.from a scum bag on e bay who is selling knights crosses.he says are 100% o.k. he is from spain.he has sold a few over the last few mounths.he always has sold them with a photo of a knights cross winner.they are junk.do not buy.its no fun being ripped off.i hate finding out fellow collectors have been conned. all the best john,
  17. hello taucher. only collect ww2 german military.myself however your ww1 ek2 with box and other bits looks very nice.well done.nice one,all the best.dave,
  18. hello yanchohg li a very nice collection.love your ek1 boxed .and ek2 awards. best wishes david,
  19. hello naoki. very nice ek1 in issue box.you ask if it is l11.however the photo you have shown.has a very nice boxed ek1. with the maker mark of 65.whitch.is i am sure you know.is for klein and quenzen ag.i am just starting myself just starting to collect boxed ek1.and now have 4.best wishes david,
  20. the hi iron cross the shoulder straps.on coat are repro.thay do not have the upwards flik on the h a common fault on repro insignia. ps do not like the rest of kit sorry,
  21. hi jan. pins even if replaced post war.eagle is post 45.makers mark would be clear.not good.all the best jdw,
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