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Discussion in 'Battlefield Relics' started by Commissioner, Nov 8, 2014.

  1. Commissioner

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    New things.
    Soviet buckle, scales of IL along with a piece of tape, scales from the Soviet PTRD, Kinetic energy penetrator core tungsten and magazine Stg44 and two German detonators.
     

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    Nice relics as always, good show!
     
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    Cool. I would go metal detector crazy over there!
     
  4. Commissioner

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    New finds from the pass.
    The most excited me the upper part of the viewfinder T-34.
    Lots of interesting things, such as the German fuel briquettes "Troll".
    I found two dog tags one of the first war, Austro-Hungarian and the other from the second war Czechoslovakian.
    From the first bayonet yet Austro-Hungarian, a box of tsarist Mosin rifle.
    I also found the Solex carburetor signed 30 ml.
    This may be a carburetor from a German motorcycle Z├╝ndapp 750KS.
     

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    Recent findings from one of the Low Beskid mountains.
    On the north side of the slope were zigzag trenches, on the southern easy.
    Zigzags is the first war, and there I found a pocket watch "Cylinder 10 Rubins" along with other personal belongings, eyes, 3 coins, the remains of a leather strap and cup.
    Mug Austro-Hungarian is so unless and these things belonged to a soldier CK
    The envelope is the remnants of silver gilt plating .... but not a flake, I think.
    Simple is the second war trenches, where I found a Soviet-compass Adrianowa lay centrally at the exit of the dugout.
    Until you have checked on the net, I was convinced that it was the German compass, because it has the back of a clear name LANGE, so probably not a Pole, whether Jew or Soviet Czech Republic and Slovak.
    I checked on the web and that Soviet production.
    This inscription LANGE if it's actually the name of an interesting prize .....
    There is a kind of letter F but it might as well be a simple scratch so oriented.
     

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  6. Commissioner

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    Yesterday we got a couple of Soviet missiles.
     

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  7. Skipper

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    Isn't it freezing in Poland yet? digging must be difficult during the winter.
     
  8. Commissioner

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    hahahah .... winter in Poland now look like that ...... is plus 10 degrees, and only sometimes at night frosts are small, and the snow did not yet been !!
     
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    Good weather for you then!

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  10. Commissioner

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    Hi
    These findings from the last trip to the mountains.
     

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    and hit buddy, all from one hole!
     

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    Great finds. The badges look good considering the elements.
     
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    Excellents finds I wouldn't be surprised if these Abzeichen belonged to one single soldier. I like the close combat one a lot !
     
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    Yesterday's size ......
    German shells 88mm and two 105mm howitzer, 22 mm flak, the Soviet helmets and four shells 76mm caliber, kettle.
     

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    Wow, you just keep finding more treasures! . The Soviet helmets are excellent finds.
     
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    Yesterday's dugout with the remnants of the German repairs.
     

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    Awesome. The Rastenburg beer cap is excellent. It was brewed in East Prussia at the town where Hitler had his H.Q. bunker.
     
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    Yesterday's findings.
    Three Soviet cannon projectiles whole Zis-3, caliber 76 mm, fragmentation and "engine" Nebelwerfer Wurfgranate 42 Spring 300 mm.
     

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    Amazing , that Nebelwerfer is a beauty!
     
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    Can anyone tell me what this is? I've never seen anything like it.
     

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