Thursday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter February 12, 2015

February 15, 2015

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Enjoy some really interesting listings that made the newsletter today. Anytime you have a poison ring and a head knocking mace included you have to keep reading.

There are some unusual items in today's American block including a pair of "double-buckle" combat boots that appear to have never been worn. The picture is to the left. Another fun one is the bomber crew lunch kit. Certainly a next conversation starter at your next picnic.

It's not every day that I have a poison ring in the Hot Finds. I don't know much about that listing below but to believe the seller it was used to store a lethal dose just in case you had to take one for the team.

When I stick British items in this block they always seem to do well. Today it's a very ordinary looking RAF life preserver that has lots of bids.

No this is not the medieval hot finds. According to the seller that mace was a German issue used in the trenches during WW1. Ouch that thing would put a hurting on you.

I hope you have a good weekend coming up. I've got a Girl Scout good turn Saturday and then Sunday church meeting. Busy as always.

 

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