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Rooster123

Rooster123

London, England, UK

I somehow manage to pick up things over the years and wonder why I have them.

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The First Buckinghamshire Battalion 1914-1919 - Booksin Books
Trench art crucifix.  
Boxing cards - Cardsin Cards
Metal cast house bricks. - Fine Artin Fine Art
Victoria Cross winners signed first day covers. - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
M48/62 Swiss army helmet - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
F84 Thunderjet 6" aluminium desktop model - Toysin Toys

Comments

  1. Nice coin. I'm no expert but maybe no lower than MS 62.
  2. I've got exactly this with the Christ figure attached. My wife bought it 15 years ago at a flea market. I'll post it up for comparison.
  3. Well this is certainly something different. It'd make anyone do a double take if seen in an antique store. Looks great!
  4. Thanks PhilDMorris, I'll probably look up the ring binder pages as my mother in law found a few more. To frame these will take up quite a bit of space that my wife won't like. I've a few old cigaret...
  5. I have a similar set that I picked up a few years back which were Indian army origin. I sliced two of my fingers open taking it out if it's sheath and I haven't touched it since. My dad when he was i...
  6. Thanks for the comments. I've been looking at uv filtering acrylic protection instead of glass, which should protect the cards in a frame.
  7. It's possibly used for viewing negatives. A negative would be laid out on a light table and this placed over the top. Just a guess though as I can't think what else it could be used for.
  8. I'm thinking that the cabinet is for coins but could possibly be a map cabinet. Love those British scales especially as Great Kimble is just a few miles from me down the road. There were a few scal...
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WWI Trench Art Cross 1944s wheat penny s over s rpm 1940s TMY Wood - Battery Powered Battleship Silver locket Original WW II Japanese Sun  Helmet Opening of Trans-Pacific Glass Bell Paperweight Feuerhand Nr. 323 kerosene lantern WWII Artifact Mighty Macho Military Matchbox Monday MB-73 1959-1961 Gilded Brass Swans Crystal Head Vodka Mk I Helmet Steel Royal Armoured Corps Canteen?  Thermos?  Decanter?  They might be coming again 1948 ! Henry Boker 1930's Breast Drill Restoration. Rust to Recovery My oldest, haven't seen another like it myself