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    German 17 cm Wurfmine - best photo I've ever seen!

    Look at the details of the markings, stamps etc.:
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    Andysarmoury (20th September 2019), doppz92 (19th September 2019), Kerfent (19th September 2019), starshell (27th February 2016)

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    Yes, excellent photos. Thanks for posting!
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    I was able to buy this photo. Here is a better scan!
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    Most excellent! Thanks again!
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    Quick run through Photoshop.
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    All dug or live ordnance shown in my posts is under EOD control and has been or will be dealt with accordingly by EOD personnel

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    Thanks! Very good photo for restoration of one of them. Some months ago I saw a short video sequence how they were painted. The, already fieldgrey painted, mines were just rolled over some kind of positive template which was soaked with black paint. Very interesting to see!

 

 

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