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 Post subject: Bren wallet
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 13:27 pm 
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Picked up a Bren 'wallet spare parts Bren.303in MG MK1'

with all the contents in MINT condition

Wallet is M.E Co 1941

tools are dated 43/44

Any ideas of Value?

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 16, 2009 13:59 pm 
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de45 wrote:
with all the contents in MINT condition


If it literally has all the contents then it's theoretically worth five years inside without a Section 5 FAC. :lol:

But enough of my feeble attempts at humour. I'd have thought £20-40 depending on whether it has a Mk1 or Mk2 stripping tool. The latter seem to have become quite expensive.

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ok all legal contents

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de45 wrote:
with all the contents in MINT condition
I'd have thought £20-40 depending on whether it has a Mk1 or Mk2 stripping tool. The latter seem to have become quite expensive.

Mark


To quote Manuel; "I know nothing" - a MkI stripping tool on it's own has just sold on eBay for £56. :shock:

Thank goodness I bought my one about ten years ago.

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