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From one of the biggest private collections of europe i can get 2 very fine with provience wolchowstocks.

One is coming from a diamondswinner luftwaffe and the other is coming from a swordswinner and masterkiller.

The collector wants for the diamondswinner wolchowstock = 5.000 Euro and the swordswinner = 2.500 Euro.

What did you think about the prices? Are the price real?

I saw a lot of cheap wolchowstock on the market, but not such history fine masterpieces and without provience.

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Even with rock solid provenance it is way too much money for a wolchowstock


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If i can make photos i will post them. Its not a cheap only wood wolchowstock. Its a fine piece with a few color emblems squdron of the luftwaffe jg on the wolchowstock. I think the name wolchowstock will be not correct. I think a better name is "Geschwaderstock" from JG Kommandore.

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