Thursday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter April 20, 2017

April 22, 2017

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The frame of patches below caught my eye because it appears to be a museum display that is being sold off in chunks. I recently got on consignment a similar display on Scout stuff that I'm going to have listed soon. When you sell something that others have seen before behind glass that's pretty good.

German holsters seem like an iconic item that gets lots of bids when they are listed on eBay. It's just one of the quirky things in this hobby where each country has unique items they are known for that are now collectibles.

You know the old history teacher in me likes war posters. I had to read the description on the Canadian one listed below because at first it didn't trigger my memory. ARP stands for Air Raid Protection and the poster features a whistle. Luckily I don't believe Canada faced any true air raids. I know in America even in small towns teenage boys were trained as plane spotters and would stand watch on roof tops.

World War I auctions featured in this block represent the best ones I could find live based on bidding and price.

 

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