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http://www.epier.com/Collectibles/Military...ges/1095547.asp

looks like it was knocked up in somebodys basement this week.

Warsaw Shield 1944 Original, Only One in Existences, Rare



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Sorry Guys I couldnt bear to post this in German WW2 section, feared instant excomunication from the Club!!!! violent.gif

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I actually think that they are quite serious! If it were not for the fact that someone could be badly ripped off, I would find it all quite amusing!

So I supose I might just get away with selling "Original Bottled Mini Vampires from Transylvania." at 50 bucks a pop, Postage & packing extra :unsure:

Kevin up to his A@?% in Garlic :P

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So I supose I might just get away with selling "Original Bottled Mini Vampires from Transylvania." at 50 bucks a pop, Postage & packing extra :unsure:

Kevin up to his A@?% in Garlic :P

Too bad it's been re-bollted, because the original bottle (glass, of course) would have been marked "47 BC", so we'd know it was real. :speechless1:

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So I supose I might just get away with selling "Original Bottled Mini Vampires from Transylvania." at 50 bucks a pop, Postage & packing extra

I bet you would be able to sell enough to purchase the shield! :rolleyes::cheeky:

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So I supose I might just get away with selling "Original Bottled Mini Vampires from Transylvania." at 50 bucks a pop, Postage & packing extra

I bet you would be able to sell enough to purchase the shield! :rolleyes::cheeky:

The only shield I would like would be the original Gold "KRIM" shield given to Marshal Antonescu, supposedly 6 of them are floating around somewhere :unsure:

Kevin :cheers:

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Is this true?

Is what True?

The Warsaw Shield?

The Roman Iffy River Water?

The Bottled Mini Vampires?

Or the common Gold "KRIM" shield?

By the way I believe Field Marshal Erich von Manstein had his "Krim" shields made in Gold too :unsure:

Kevin in Deva :cheers:

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The existence of Gold Krim Shields. :unsure::cheers:

Paul.

Hallo Paul, :cheers:

page 23 of "THE KRIM SHIELD" by Our very own member Sascha Weber, shows a picture of General Field Marshal Erich von Manstein, visiting a wounded soldier in a military hospital and states "The golden Krim Shield is good to see."

As I understand it these were a private purchase by the Field-Marshal and he presented a set to the Romanian Military leader Antonescu.

Kevin in Deva :cheers:

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