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Hi,

So, I think it´s enough for today :)

Regards / Grüsse

Bolle

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Nice collection !

Thanks

Stephan

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Hello Bolle,

What kind of lighting did you use to photograph these? I have been trying to use a scanner, but the details do not come out. Your photos are excellent.

Regards,

Chip

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Hello Bolle,

What kind of lighting did you use to photograph these? I have been trying to use a scanner, but the details do not come out. Your photos are excellent.

Regards,

Chip

Hello Chip,

I use different light. Daylight without flash will be the best method.

Regards

Wolfgang

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Another one, near from my Hometown, first IR 55, then IR 190

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Bolle

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Both men were in the 3 Ers MGK I. b.A.K.

Wildt then went to the 1. M.G.K. 2. b.I.R. Nr 13

Brandmeier seems to have an error on his tag... it says "1. M.G.K. 2. I.R. No. 35"

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These cannot compete with Bolle's latest posts, just a couple picked up in France last week

Hello Chris - Mister Understatement :)

2 Beautys !!

Regards Bolle

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Brandmeier seems to have an error on his tag... it says "1. M.G.K. 2. I.R. No. 35"

Not an error but just a missing ("2.b.J.R.")

Steph

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Erkennungsmarke and post-war University of Tübingen watch fob (Wintersemester 1919/20) of Albert Mezger.

Albert, in 1917 a young Pionier in the Württemberg Pionier Kompanie 376, was one of the few survivors of the tunnel tragedy at Mont Cornillet on May 20, 1917.

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Oberstleutnant Max Hoffmeister, Commander of Infantry Regiment Nr.189.

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Nice one Chip!

Thats the first time I have seen one like that!

I once had a WW2 Generals/Division commanders... but this is way cooler...

I guess he is not that difficult to reserach? Their Division fought with the Alpenkorps in Romania...

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