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That is an incredible number of pouches. It looks like they have been multiplying or cloning themselves! Congratulations on putting together such a nice grouping.

Of course, the Hussar tags are great. I think I have only one example from the Hussars.


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Peter Meinlschmidt is back in Germany for good , I spoke with him few months ago . If anybody is still interested on his book I may provide his email address . I belive he still has few copies of his book for sale 

with regards


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I would encourage everyone who does not have Peter's book to contact Kornel R. and pursue getting one.  I have used my copy extensively since getting it from Peter in 1993.  Darn that is over 20 years!!!!  Where the heck does the time go?

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Hello friends;
What do you think about this type of plate? Without holes?
I've seen it in a Polish forum and it seemed strange to me. It does not seem very normal, right? Could it be good? a greeting


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