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Great new ones shown here - especially post 367 I have never seen before! Thanks for showing - and a question: could you post the other side, too?

Hello westfale,

I apologize for this late response to your request.

Here is the reverse of post #367,

Again, please forgive this late reply.

Best wishes,

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Hallo Rujab!

Was ist daran so witzig, daß auch ich die beiden Mini's gut finde? Ich habe bisher noch nicht eine derartige Mini-"Spange", noch dazu so gut erhalten, gesehen! Und auch, haben zwei andere das ebenfalls geschrieben, ändert das nichts an meiner Meinung, die ich hier kundgetan habe...

westfale

Ich glaube du hast den Rudi falsch verstanden.

Er meinte den "Westphalen" am Minibarett... ;)

Gruß Seeheld

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@dedehansen: beautiful mini's!! I have never seen such good conditions, especially of the 1866-group! Congratulations for this, and also for the 1870-mini's!

Hallo Westfale,

vielen Dank für die Blumen, aber meintest Du die 1864 Mini ?

Gruß

Andreas

Hello Westfale, thanks for the flowers but did You mean the 1864 Mini ?

KR

Andreas

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@dedehansen: Typischer Fall von Schreibfehler, klar meinte ich die 64er!

@seeheld: Du hast natürlich Recht, hätte ich auch drauf kommen können - mich verwirrte nur der deutsche Text, noch dazu gleich nach meinem Post... Man möge es mir verzeihen, hab's gelöscht.

@Rujab: Ich hatte Deinen Post irrtümlich auf meine Aussage zu den vorhergehenden Mini's bezogen anstatt auf den Westphalen bei den Mini's, und war halt verwundert, daß Du dachtest, warum schreibt der das nochmal. Ist korrigiert und tut mir leid.

Grüße

Jürgen

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