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    label of the FX 1400

    Hello everyone out there! I need your help! I am looking for photos on which the label of the FX 1400 can be seen. Any help and info will be gratefully accepted. Harry
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    This is all I have from the RAF Museum Cosford.

    Also, I am not quite sure what you mean by LABEL. Data plate? Signage?

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    Found this on a gaming board.
    Last edited by Slick; 4th November 2019 at 08:58 PM.
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    Does anyone have any info for me?
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    I expect label may be a computer translation into English. What he requires are the markings.

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    Right! Seeking pictures drawings with the marks on the bomb.
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