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    Last edited by Paul Ayerst; 11th July 2009 at 04:44 AM.

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    Good catch on that early set Paul. I took the liberty of adding them to the article, they are a great set.

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    by all means use any of my items

    PAUL

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    Definetly will Paul. Still need to put the Flakhelfer and that set of Luxemborg Flieger HJ up that you got.

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    I have a vision of this project and I would think there is no place in the world to vairfy your HJ boards and diamonds and in fact see examples

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    Love the 451 chain-stitch boards, Paul. I'd like to know your source! :-)

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    they came from HISCOL in the Netherlands

    PAUL

    http://www.hiscoll.com/dutch.php
    Last edited by Paul Ayerst; 11th July 2009 at 06:18 AM.

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    Love that chain-stitching!

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    YES very diagnostic of their age as you know the chain stitching was normal on WW1 shoulders and as manufacture was improved to mass production in the early 30s it disappeared for good
    Last edited by Paul Ayerst; 11th July 2009 at 06:30 AM.

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    Great looking boards Paul

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