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    FUZES of Mrfuze 1

    Finally- after 3 years, the collection room is ready
    This are images from the corners, of my Chinese projos , the LMA/LMB magnetic influence fuze and the French/Italian, partially US section.
    ENJOY!!!!
    Mrfuze, USA
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    WHAT A FANTASTIC COLLECTION.
    WELL DONE FOR SHOWING IT MR FUZE.
    CHEERS, PAUL.

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    Well Done Erhard it looks fantastic

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    wow what a collection very nice and well displayed

    regards lee

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    Really excellent.

    Tell me, what sort of catalogig system do you use? How do you identify each piece?
    "in Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had warfare, terror, murder, and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and the Renaissance. In Switzerland they had brotherly love - they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock."
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    FSA SCOT

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    Question Fantastic !

    Very nice collection indeed, how long have you been collecting ?

    Thanks for sharing with us.

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    HELLO ERHARD !!
    Congratulations on creating a living Reference Museum …you can’t call that a Collection room , it a lot more than that and you could publish a Book on that Room alone.
    Do you have any close up shots of your WW2 section ? ….I’d love to see them.
    Say hello to Kristy for us.
    --Mike Peters
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    Hello Ed,
    well, I know most of them through literature and studies. But there are approx. 790 fuzes I don't have a clou what they are and who made them. I will post them here in the next couple of month. Besides, I catalogued every piece in an invetory list also.
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    Mrfuze, USA

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    Hello Ed

    UUps, not 790 fuzes but approx. 70 fuzes

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    Close up pics from German fuzes 1

    Hello Mike,
    nice to hear from you again. I hope you are doing good,
    Attached a couple of close ups.
    Erhard
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