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Hi Klin,

Firstly, let me welcome you to the forum, I hope that you will enjoy it here.

It's never too late for this thread, in fact I hope that this one will grow enough to warrent a seperate area on the froum eventually :rolleyes:

Nice piece you have there, I know someone here who would love one of those (are you out there JTW? :P )

Thanks for showing it.

Cheers

Don

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Hi Klin,

Firstly, let me welcome you to the forum, I hope that you will enjoy it here.

It's never too late for this thread, in fact I hope that this one will grow enough to warrent a seperate area on the froum eventually :rolleyes:

Nice piece you have there, I know someone here who would love one of those (are you out there JTW? :P )

Thanks for showing it.

Cheers

Don

I'll second the welcome... :beer: And what a piece to start off with! That Allach Pilot is stunning. :love:

As for the pup, Don...Very nice, and early! :cool:

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I'll second the welcome... :beer: And what a piece to start off with! That Allach Pilot is stunning. :love:

As for the pup, Don...Very nice, and early! :cool:

Thank you much!

I have quite a few pieces and it is my main interest, but I know a lot of guys like it for accenting thier other wares and a few have wives that enjoy it as well.

Look forward to seeing some of the other items as well, and if anyone has any info to share or questions let me know.

Best,

K

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Stunning........ :beer:

Not quite in that league, but while in M?nchen a couple of weeks back my wife picked up a couple of vases. here's one.

Painted vase number 502. Interesting to note the variation of the painted rings from John's however I guess that they were hand done.

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Don

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And one without the rider.

Both of these are Mr. Karner's. Excuse the picture. I hate pulling this piece down when I dont really have too.

Best,

Kris

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Beautiful! K?rner is my favorite Allach artist. I've got a few K?rner pieces left, including a watercolor from the postwar period, but the only mounted figure I have left is an Alte Fritz in white. I really like the colored versions best--so your mounted figure is outstanding to my eye!

Erich

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