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so was doing a clean out of books and found some docs that i hadnt seen in a while!one of them was this ek doc that i got about 10 years ago!its not really may thing any more and well i want to sell it to fund my british collection(and or a new pc!!) so was wondering how much would a doc like this go for? i hate these type of threads but i havent been able to find any for sale to get a idea of the value on these!so any help would be great!!thanks!!!

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so was doing a clean out of books and found some docs that i hadnt seen in a while!one of them was this ek doc that i got about 10 years ago!its not really may thing any more and well i want to sell it to fund my british collection(and or a new pc!!) so was wondering how much would a doc like this go for? i hate these type of threads but i havent been able to find any for sale to get a idea of the value on these!so any help would be great!!thanks!!!

Do I read that correctly that cert is for 3 MGK 88 Res Inf Regt?

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is indeed

Chris.....I know where there is a 1915 DWM Luger unit marked to the same MGK. I almost bought it. It's still for sale. It was rendered surplus after the war under the Armistice rules and it was exported the the US, it has 'Germany' stamped on the left slide frame.

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