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.....it's not all skulls though. I do have some other stuff. :speechless:

Edited by Robin Lumsden

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A theme ... anthropology? :D

Nice TK collection!

Scott

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Even if skulls usually have a sad look, some here seem to be laughing a bit ! No ?

Some close-ups might be interesting in order to appreciate the degree of happiness of each skull ...

Mark

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Robin,

Your collection is mindblowing! I always enjoy seeing your "older" skulls! What is the earliest item you have in this theme?

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Robin, its hard to tell with all those shulls in the way.

Don

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Even if skulls usually have a sad look, some here seem to be laughing a bit ! No ?

Some close-ups might be interesting in order to appreciate the degree of happiness of each skull ...

Mark

Here's a happy one.......

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Robin,

Your collection is mindblowing! I always enjoy seeing your "older" skulls! What is the earliest item you have in this theme?

This guy's from the 1880s........

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This guy's from the 1880s........

Is that from the goblet?

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Very impressive Robin!!! You must be the King of these insignia!! I have never seen so many in one shot!!! :o

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Mr. Lumsden amazing!

Is that a metal badge on a collar patch?

(panzerpioniere you seem to have accidentaly got an SS tattoo)

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Edited by ksg

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Mr. Lumsden amazing!

Is that a metal badge on a collar patch?

The metal skull on the collar patch was worn by Freikorps Bruessow.

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