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Im sure sooner or later these will be on ebaY and being offered as originals! :speechless1::speechless:

follow link and go to medal bars! they will even cutom make a bar for you !!! UHHHH

things are hard enough finding good bars now this junks going into the mix!

and for the price you could get a nice real bar ! :violent:

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Unbelievable, you've got to wonder how many of the medals on those bars are fake.

They're all real especially this rare bad boy.....http://www.kelsmilitary.com/e10.jpg and only 16 bucks!!!!! what a beauty

Eric

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Kelly is actually upfront about his stuff and most is so new-of newer materials etc. that it won't fool anyone. The bars he's been doing for @ 6 years + now and he's seen them sold on many a New England dealers' table. He doesn't sell them at Lowell as pre-1945, but is well aware of those who snap them up, age them and do so later. He's also quite up-front about who has done so.

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