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Old 05-23-2018, 10:11 AM   #1
Bob Gardner
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Default Bob Gardner's Next Book

I had thought that Part Three of my series on German WW1 props would be my last but I have decided to produce two small reference books, one British, one German for the use of museums and enthusiasts, which will list WW1 makers with photographs of decals, advice on how to interpret data stamped on a prop, and a list of drawing numbers.

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