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Guys,

I'm sure you all think I am joking about finding stuff in the tips so this one was yesterdays find, nothing fancy but still dissapointing that it was unloved!

What a shame about the stupid or selfish people doing this sort of thing all over Europe and possibly the world.

It was damp and is drying out now which has caused it to bent a bit (last pic).

Jock:)

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Nice to see it saved from the trash heap. Now to find a collector that will value it for what it is. Any idea as to the village it is from?

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These small Dorfs tend to still be small, if I get time I will nip across and see if they have a memorial stone and add the picture. They tend as well to be the focal point of surrounding farm workers in the area so those families fallen are often listed too.

jock :)

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