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Hi Guys, great thread and lots of interesting info. I too was unable to dtell the difference between a good and a bad example but this goes a long way to make it a little clearer on the points to noti

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Original army backed Zinc shield. Attributed to the firm of Juncker

Hope that helps... :)

Just to add...it would be worth looking at the cloth and the back of the shield as well to see if any of the components have been replaced.

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dear mister Peter Baillie

i want to buy the uniform at the end of december

my only concidering was the shield

if you thinks its a good one then i going to buy the uniform

the eagle head is differtent then the other heads i see on the shields

its this normal for this kind of shield

best regards dennis

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dear mister Peter Baillie

i want to buy the uniform at the end of december

my only concidering was the shield

if you thinks its a good one then i going to buy the uniform

the eagle head is differtent then the other heads i see on the shields

its this normal for this kind of shield

best regards dennis

It's a good shield IMO dennis

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