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    Label.

    Originally posted by Kriuks View Post
    Hi,

    Is that label from WWII period or not?



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    Kriuks
    I don't know if it helps:
    http://www.wiki-goettingen.de/index.php/BADO

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      Hi Kriuks,

      I´m not sure. This kind of labels and the slogan "deutsches Erzeugnis" were used until the late 80ies.

      Greets

      Originally posted by Kriuks View Post
      Hi,

      Is that label from WWII period or not?



      W/r
      Kriuks

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        Originally posted by Ir 143 View Post
        Hello, just bought this bottle with label. The bottle itself lokks german (0.7l markink on the bottom).
        These bottle with same number and shape I found in Stalingrad pocket this summer.
        Always interested in medal bars with EK2 from ww2! Please, offer!
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        Iron crosses, dog tags, solo EK2 documents and medal bars collector.

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          French Wine bottle.

          Originally posted by Yubari View Post
          These bottle with same number and shape I found in Stalingrad pocket this summer.
          Have you found traces of the label ?

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            Hi Guys,

            did I ever shown you a "Zwiebackbeutel"?

            The Zwiebackbeutel was a bag made from linnen, cotton or rayon/viscose and was issued as standard equipment for the german soldier.

            It contains the daily portion of zwieback bread (Buscuits) made from the Bäckereikompanie (bakery company).

            The shown bag is just a reproduction made by myself with original messaruements. For sure the Zwieback isn´t original too but it was made with original recipe. Very hard and salty taste!

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              Hello

              Would know your opinion on this 500g Kaffee package, please ? WW2 or not ?

              Thanks, David
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                Originally posted by falls1944 View Post
                Hello

                Would know your opinion on this 500g Kaffee package, please ? WW2 or not ?

                Thanks, David
                I believe this style of packaging dates it around the 1930s. Jim

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                  Hi, Jim

                  Thank you for your reply . Early 1930's or later 1930's ????

                  David

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                    Originally posted by falls1944 View Post
                    Hi, Jim

                    Thank you for your reply . Early 1930's or later 1930's ????

                    David
                    That I don't know. I think if you search wartime ads etc you might be able to narrow it down. Jim

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                      Originally posted by djpool View Post
                      That I don't know. I think if you search wartime ads etc you might be able to narrow it down. Jim
                      Hi, Jim

                      Thank you for your help

                      David

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                        Hi

                        Here a small Nescafe tin from Germany. WW2 era or not, please ?

                        Thanks David
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                          Originally posted by falls1944 View Post
                          Hi

                          Here a small Nescafe tin from Germany. WW2 era or not, please ?

                          Thanks David
                          Nescafe was introduced in Switzerland in 1938. I believe in contrary to popular opinion it was introduced to Germany in 1939. Your can could be wartime or not. I believe it might be wartime but wouldn't bet my life on it. I have a discussion on these cans in Vol 2 of my ration series showing the 1938 Swiss can and collapsible tube compared to your style of can. Postwar cans were similar in construction etc. Jim

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                            Here is an adult for the 1938 product.
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                              Here is an ad for what I believe is dated 1940
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                                Hi, Jim

                                Ok thank you very much. My can is very similar that last one you presented.

                                David

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