WWII Recognition

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511Flyer
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Re: WWII Recognition

Post by 511Flyer »

I'm guessing George V. 1910-1936.

On the other hand, it mitren't be.

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Re: WWII Recognition

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You'll get this, but I'm planning to get tougher.....
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Is it a Vickers Wellesley?
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Yes I also reckon it’s a Vickers Wellesley :agree: EricT
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Airspeed wrote:
31 Mar 2020, 13:18
You'll get this, ....
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Oh thank you!, :excited: I've always wanted one!
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Re: WWII Recognition

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airboatr wrote:
31 Mar 2020, 15:33

Oh thank you!, :excited: I've always wanted one!
:lol: :lol: :lol:
George

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