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4 hours ago, Chris Boonzaier said:

Oooooookay...... u3.thumb.jpg.4552aa1516f2598f4a3ffda6b6f0f39f.jpgu3a.thumb.jpg.558b4a4129813902d41a90a849fc2ac6.jpg

Easy, Prinz Alfons von Bayern

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Let's spics it up a bit with some blue pieces from Ingolstadt's old display:

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Not Ludwig III

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And since we all love orders ..... 

It's such a pity this display was no longer there last time I visited.

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