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  • Julfrenchie
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    it costs around 35-40€

    Originally posted by W Petz View Post
    What would be the price range on the square tins?

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  • W Petz
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    What would be the price range on the square tins?

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  • SMP
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    Same tin, different use .....
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  • Jan43
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    Hi All
    Although it can´t measure up with the latest finds in here, I thought I´ll show my latest and somewhat humble acquisition, as it isn't´t shown in this thread before. A bwz (Tp) dated 42 which I think will fit my latest bwz issued GM bag nicely.

    Best Jan

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  • falls1944
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    Originally posted by Willi Z. View Post
    Nice examples David! Have you found any of the square tins in Normandy?
    Willi,

    Honestly, no ! ebd, bwz, AB are common in Normandy, but the square never seen on the battlefield.

    David

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  • Willi Z.
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    Nice examples David! Have you found any of the square tins in Normandy?

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  • falls1944
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    Originally posted by clint-magnum View Post
    very nice BWZ with his content
    Thanks Roger

    David

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  • clint-magnum
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    very nice BWZ with his content

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  • falls1944
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    Hello,

    Nice tin and bag, guys Here my 3 tins. Have also a square tin dated 1941.
    The 42 square tin is full with the black tape. The bwz has one packet and the AB is empty.

    David
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  • clint-magnum
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    Originally posted by SMP View Post
    They look a little more rounded at the edges ? At least I hope they are
    indeed it looks like ....I hope also

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  • SMP
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    They look a little more rounded at the edges ? At least I hope they are

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  • clint-magnum
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    [QUOTE=clint-magnum;5979958]ok , not good for us

    "not good for us "because the unmarked ALU tin and bag exist (so no need to modify those from beltring):

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  • SMP
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    Originally posted by Willi Z. View Post

    Did the tins you found at Beltring look like this, regarding the markings?

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    A bit, though it also said " two pairs "

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  • clint-magnum
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    Originally posted by SMP View Post
    Aluminium

    ( Al-ume-in-um , for all you Americans )
    ok , not good for us

    Steve and others ,
    do you think 66 on the lenses is a "lapsing " date ?
    Last edited by clint-magnum; 07-20-2013, 12:23 PM.

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  • Willi Z.
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    Originally posted by SMP View Post
    Aluminium

    ( Al-ume-in-um , for all you Americans )
    I thought it was "ah-lumm-mi-numb"

    Did the tins you found at Beltring look like this, regarding the markings?

    How would we rate this lens packet in the ebd tin? I just wonder if there was a "textbook" style, or any type of Klarscheiben packet was used.
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