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 Post subject: demolition labels
PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2007 17:12 pm 
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Location: Chesham, Buckinghamshire
Anyone know where I can get good images of the small round demolition labels that where put on the 100g, 200g, 1kg & 3kg demolitions as I`m building some rerpos, Ta.


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I'll try and find the ones I made. Heres some of the bits I've made over the years. I've now managed to get the complete Satz A and C reproduced, B is on the way!

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Great collection of stuff, all you need now is a bridge or pill box to blow up!


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Great display. I try and make a lot of things. The one problem I have is not the image but the size. I could make a lot of labels etc across the board if I only had the sizes. This goes for other things, for example I want to make a repro of the wooden S Mi 35, the one that holds three mines. I have managed through effort to get most sizes working from photographs and the width of the mine as a scale. But I am still stuck on thickness of lid, top and base, I could guess. If we take the the 100g I think it is 1.25 in diameter by 4 inches long. If this is correct then obviously I can work out the size of the label and therefore try and reproduce it. Another example is the PE No2 British explosive stick The font can be used from 'Word' but I found a picture of the real thing and created the correct font, necessary? not really I suppose, but it gives me a great deal of pleasure.


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