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    Help with identifying the maker of a-frame

    Hello collectors!

    Please, help with identifying the maker of a-frame.
    It's difficult to disassemble the ink stamp.

    This a-frame arrived with a pouch, which maked Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt.

    Cheers,
    Ivan
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    #2
    Wittkop & Co
    Bielefeld


    Tom
    www.mp44.nl

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      #3
      Originally posted by MP44_tom View Post
      Wittkop & Co
      Bielefeld


      Tom
      www.mp44.nl
      Hello Tom!
      Thanks a lot for your prompt reply!

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        #4
        You’re welcome

        Nice a-frame btw

        Do you also have pictures of the bag?

        Tom
        www.mp44.nl

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          #5
          Originally posted by MP44_tom View Post
          You’re welcome

          Nice a-frame btw

          Do you also have pictures of the bag?

          Tom
          www.mp44.nl
          Tom, thanks.
          Pictures of the bag below
          Attached Files

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            #6
            A-frame

            Nice A-frame and bag.

            I've had one or two minty A-frames in the past and also seen a few and they all dated from 1941.

            Any ideas why?

            Perhaps the same reason why there seem to be more 1941 Scho-ka-kola tins!

            Regards,

            Grossfuss

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              #7
              Originally posted by Grossfuss View Post
              Nice A-frame and bag.

              I've had one or two minty A-frames in the past and also seen a few and they all dated from 1941.

              Any ideas why?

              Perhaps the same reason why there seem to be more 1941 Scho-ka-kola tins!

              Regards,

              Grossfuss
              Actualy I seen more 1940 ( continental ) and 1942 ( tropical ) dated A-frames than 1941.
              you need to remember that at that time Germany were fighting in Africa and were preparing for operation Barbarossa ( over 3 mln soldiers ). In other words ; lot of people had to be conscript, trained and equiped , so at this very year a lot of stuff was made.
              Still looking for LARGE SIZE M43 gabardine jacket and m43 gabardine cap ... maybe some day I will find it best regards Marcin

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                #8
                A-frame

                Thanks for that Marcin - it makes a lot of sense!

                Regards,

                Grossfuss

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                  #9
                  Hello collectors!

                  Thanks to everyone who showed interest in the topic and wrote to me in PM.

                  Kind regards,
                  Ivan

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