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Thanks for your reply Claudius.

Those arrangements? I have to do many post to get accepted as a regular member?

I can't post an image either. Why is that? Just wanna show you the LOT.

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http://gmic.co.uk/rules2015.pdf

 

I can't explain all of your problems with posting, but I posted the link to the guidelines above.  Any other technical issues might need to be addressed by those more knowledgeable that me.

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Thanks dedehansen

I would like to sell the lot so let me know if you are interested.

The lot includes:

- Honor goblet in iron.
- The pilot Emil Singers Flugzeugfürer book
- The original photo from the book in glas with paperbag
- 3 documents. One too the ehrenbecher and two other from his career (All 3 copies)
- 7 barografs with Emil Singers name on.
- 4 photos with Emil Singer and others.
- A big lot of photos with planes, crashes, crews and more.

You can find some info on Emil Singer at the aerodrome.com. Quite interesting.

Please let me know if you need more photos.

Doc

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