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My pleasure, there's much more to come :)

Now here's an interesting regimental flag, 2nd cavalry regiment "Tsar Dušan", I ban. There's one more authentic example in Vienna, Museum of Military History bought it on Andreas Thies' auction in 2013. 
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A fine array - you've been busy, Paja. Thank you for sharing...

.. but, any chance you could make your watermarking a little less obtrusive. It gets hard to pick out detail in places, and is rather distracting.

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31 minutes ago, Megan said:

A fine array - you've been busy, Paja. Thank you for sharing...

.. but, any chance you could make your watermarking a little less obtrusive. It gets hard to pick out detail in places, and is rather distracting.

As some maybe remember I wasn't watermarking photos at all but one day I saw my images ended up elsewhere so I started using that one central watermark. A few weeks ago I noticed some of my photos ended up in a  certain magazine's special issue about Serbian decorations, that's when I decided to use this type of hallmarking, unfortunately. LINK
I'll gladly forward you clear photos just let me know which ones to send.

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WW1 weapons
Photo 1:
Mauser C96, 7,63mm
Luger P08/17, 9mm
Mauser C96, 9mm
Rast-Gasser M1898, 8mm
Roth-Steyr M1907, 8mm
Steyr M1912, 8mm
M1915, 9mm
M1822 cavalry sabre
M1869 cavalry sabre

Photo 2:
Lebel M1892, 8mm
Mauser M1912, 7mm
Mannlicher Carvano M-91, 6,5mm
Mosin-Nagant M1891/10 7,62mm
Mannlicher M95, 8mm
Mannlocher M95, 8mm
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M24, 7,9mm (Belgium)
M24, 7,9mm
vz. 24, 7,9mm
M24ČK, 7,9mm
M98, 7,9mm
M95M, 7,9mm

Luger O08, 9mm
Browning M1910/22, 9mm
VTZ 33, 9mm
Zbrojevka vz. 38, 9mm
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