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This is an interesting set, stamped for the 11th Jäger Battalion, which fits right in with the Kassel Maker....

What is interesting is the Green leather work....

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You are kidding right? :-)

At first I was sceptical, but it is period to the bag, no traces of any other sewing or replacing...

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Yes, kidding. Thus, the laughing emoticon.....

There should be a black hemp tie-down rope too....if not, it is missing. ;)

I have such a bag marked to the 3.Jäg.Rgt.

Chip

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Nice

On zelt poles beware of ones from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark etc Scandinavian,,,they are not Imperial German and measure 39cm+

Eric

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Nice

On zelt poles beware of ones from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark etc Scandinavian,,,they are not Imperial German and measure 39cm+

Eric

​Eric,

The Zelts are from Ireland and the Poles, well, you know where they are from.  :rolleyes:

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1880's shown with the pole as a boiler handle.

Eric

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Hoss,

Thanks for showing this outstanding set. I've never seen such a complete kit of this pattern. Up to this point, I had only seen battlefield gathered bits and pieces. The photos are nice too.

Chip

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Thanks Chip my other set didn't have the pegs I added the bag.

Eric

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I've got complete red/brown bag with contents, but it is with the post-turn-of-the-century pattern poles and pegs.

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On 28/04/2015 at 16:45, Hoss said:

1880's shown with the pole as a boiler handle.

Eric

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Practical !

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