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Old 03-17-2017, 01:20 PM   #751
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i find this empty box



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Old 03-19-2017, 10:50 AM   #752
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Hi Jim, could you show us the whole List please?

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Hi Dirk,

Here it is. Jim
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i find this empty box
As far as I know no ones reproducing these boxes. Of course there are lots of ration items being made for reenactors that are visually correct. It certainly can't be difficult to make in this day of computers.

I have a similar carton except that it has Reichsgesundheits stamp. Yours is a more simplified version. Without examining the letters to rule out dot matrix type printing, I would guess your carton is okay. Jim
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As far as I know no ones reproducing these boxes. Of course there are lots of ration items being made for reenactors that are visually correct. It certainly can't be difficult to make in this day of computers.

I have a similar carton except that it has Reichsgesundheits stamp. Yours is a more simplified version. Without examining the letters to rule out dot matrix type printing, I would guess your carton is okay. Jim

There are reproductions being made for reenactors. However they are completely different from yours. Heres a picture, I can't remember who posted it.Jim
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Old 03-23-2017, 05:39 PM   #756
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Pre war advert for Vivil mints. I have a funny feeling that the man who appears at 01:35 is Carl Raddatz

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Old 03-26-2017, 11:49 PM   #757
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Maggi Brühwürfel Box I picked up at a flea market on Sunday morning.

Old labels on the top and Pegnitz addresses on the bottom

It measure 22cm x 29cm x 12cm. Not sure if the lid is original to the box though.
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Looks nice. I believe the lid is original to the box. Obviously someone used it to mail things in. Jim
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Obviously someone used it to mail things in. Jim
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Old 04-20-2017, 02:15 AM   #761
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ok thank you for the information about this Knäckebrot ration Box
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Old 04-27-2017, 03:04 PM   #762
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Hi,

Is it from WWII period?



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Hi,

Is it from WWII period?



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Post-War I think because there stands Pfg. (Pfennig) and not Rpf. (Reichspfennig).
But im not sure for 100%!

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Old 05-01-2017, 08:06 AM   #764
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Hi All!

I´ve made some new Ration for my display.
I´ve buyed some curd soap (3 pcs for -.99 cent) and have printed myself a packaging, lets have a look!



Gruss Manuel!
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Post-War I think because there stands Pfg. (Pfennig) and not Rpf. (Reichspfennig). But im not sure for 100%!
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