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New finds and old favourites from of my somewhat random collection of military and antiquey things

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WW2 Aircraft factory propaganda poster - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Royal Jubilee Art deco Jug 1930s - Art Decoin Art Deco
WW1 "Fall In" Propaganda recruitment leaflet - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Airfix Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX 1944 (75th Anniversary of D Day post) - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Lego Flintstones Set - Toysin Toys
Wade Viking Longboat 1960s - Potteryin Pottery
3 Royal Commemorative tins 1950s - Politicsin Politics
1950s Space adventure pop up book - Booksin Books
German WW2 Panzerfaust launcher tube - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
1940s National Dried Milk tin  - Advertisingin Advertising

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  1. Congratulations on post 2000. CW should send you a special badge.
  2. Great chopper. Would have loved to have had that as a kid.
  3. I think it was a whisky jar. The internet says "William Wallace and Co were one of the principal spirit firms in Scotland, and makers of 'The Real Mackay' whisky" Also Kilmarnock is known to be a...
  4. Nice. Toys don't always have to be mint and boxed to be worth collecting. LCC (London County Council) was in charge of operating ambulances from 1930s to 196os until it was amalgamated into the New ...
  5. Nice slider
  6. Amazing collection
  7. Looks good in yellow. Glad you had a successful Rose Bowl.
  8. I think the strangest thing was that a mouse had a pet dog.
  9. Super sign
  10. Wow. Great collection
  11. I was about to say I thought the soldier looked French until I saw what Toyrebel wrote above, which explains that. I guess he is Mexican then. They are very nice with good detail.
  12. The one with the rifle is an Infantry Assault Badge, awarded for direct participation in an infantry attack. Bottom one looks like a Prussian eagle. Don't know what it was for. Looks like there is...
  13. Surprised they were still making those in the 80s. Good luck getting it running
  14. Always look forward to Matchbook Monday
  15. Nice teardrop. Is it really that small or the scale of that bike way out?
  16. Thansks jscotto. I haven't seen carnation powdered milk. They still make the condensed stuff though. Stuff - I didn't think it sounded very nice.
  17. Love the necromancer and the detail on the bookcase and table
  18. It is a nice looking one. Hope you get it running right
  19. Great graphics
  20. Very nice. How big is mini? Hard to get an idea of scale.
  21. Nice model. There seems to be a lot of the vehicle behind the rear wheels. Wouldn't want to put too much weight behind there.
  22. Nice. Good painting and you have looked after them well.
  23. Very unusual
  24. Lots to see there. I like the houses.
  25. It definitely doesn't look plastic in the thumbnails. Good detail. Quiz answer: Were you thinking a detachable magazine should never be called a clip.
  26. A proper winter wonderland. I like the gnow on the swing
  27. What an unusual looking heater. The steam punk people would be all over this.
  28. Super uniform. Looks good together and I think the red beret and canteen make it a bit more unusual.
  29. One of the best farm sets I've seen
  30. lol thanks Fort.
  31. Thats a real nice one.
  32. Nice colours. Looks a good size for one person. I would not want to fit a family of four in there for a week.
  33. Thank you Newfld & Fortapache
  34. That is a great set. In such good condition too.
  35. Yes Blunderbuss it is not far from Birmingham. It is essentially one man's collection of junk. The original owner did demolition and clearance work and salvaged a lot of items from being thrown away.
  36. It indeed has lots of character. I never understood why Britain made its number for Emergency services 999 by the time you waited for the dial to spin back round from 9 three times you could be dead.
  37. Looks like a real trailer interior. Fantastic.
  38. Vetraio50, thanks. Happy new year to you too. Thank you Fort & Keramikos, it is like that Corningware pattern isn't it.
  39. I like the aqua colour too. Merry Christmas Fort.
  40. Santa during his 1970s ABBA period
  41. Wow - you have a whole army of santa dolls. I hope they don't fight with the gnomes.
  42. Great. I would have loved that as a christmas gift.
  43. That interior with the different compartments is outstanding. Nicest one I've seen from that period.
  44. Not seen one with an anchor before. Good find
  45. Nice, usual piece of history.
  46. Nice set.
  47. gobble gobble
  48. Cool and thanks for the history lesson
  49. Very suitable for upcoming halloween
  50. Wow I love it. The box too.
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