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Hi Gordon, I have exactly the same and vaulted by the owner is a great badge i think, and not expensive for his quality, a few weeks ago i buy your book, congrats, is a great work

best regards

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For some reason i cannot view images anymore.

Am i miissing something with the recent changes in the forums???


Same here Martin. Gordon said they are working on the changeover to the new server. John

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Interesting John,

i cannot view images here on the KM forum but i can in the "Wanted" sales area,where i have responded to a thread?



What you are seeing in the sales area are newly posted images. After the move to the new server, frsehly posted individual images could be put up and would be seen immediately as they only take a second or two to upload. The size of the huge bulk of existing photos on the data base is huge and takes longer to upload. Nick is hoping these should start to re-appear by the end of the weekend - (i.e., later today)

Just to prove the point, I'll add another photo now and it should appear immediately. Here is the "über-Juncker", the fabulous early example with cut-out Swastika and deck gun, and Screwback ! Photo courtesy Helmut Weitze, Badge is I believe now in Michel's collection.

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Thanks for the explanation Gordon.

I see the badge now and it is an absolute stunner.

Super example.If i add another U-Boot badge to my collection it will most certainly be one of these Junckers.


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