ORIGINAL WWII L.S.L GARMENT / B-10 (43rd BG - 64th BS “KEN’S MEN”)

Smithy

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Once again Jorge you've posted another stunner. All your stuff is museum-grade (coming from someone who has worked in the aviation museum field ;-)

One thing mate, I hope you've got your collection correctly insured. Each one of these gems needs to be separately insured for a specific and agreed amount with your insurer. Don't plonk all of these together under an "umbrella" policy. These items are historically unique and of significant value both culturally and monetarily, and you should protect them with a correct and accurate insurance policy.

If you want advice on storing any of these to museum storage standards just flick me a PM as I would be more than happy to help.

And once again Jorge, just brilliant!
 

ausreenactor

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Once again Jorge you've posted another stunner. All your stuff is museum-grade (coming from someone who has worked in the aviation museum field ;-)

One thing mate, I hope you've got your collection correctly insured. Each one of these gems needs to be separately insured for a specific and agreed amount with your insurer. Don't plonk all of these together under an "umbrella" policy. These items are historically unique and of significant value both culturally and monetarily, and you should protect them with a correct and accurate insurance policy.

If you want advice on storing any of these to museum storage standards just flick me a PM as I would be more than happy to help.

And once again Jorge, just brilliant!
That's when the premiums jump.. Broached it with Tianna the other day... "Why do you think my rings are not on the policy?" Keen to find out how much when I get a bit of spare time...
 

Jorgeenriqueaguilera

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Once again Jorge you've posted another stunner. All your stuff is museum-grade (coming from someone who has worked in the aviation museum field ;-)

One thing mate, I hope you've got your collection correctly insured. Each one of these gems needs to be separately insured for a specific and agreed amount with your insurer. Don't plonk all of these together under an "umbrella" policy. These items are historically unique and of significant value both culturally and monetarily, and you should protect them with a correct and accurate insurance policy.

If you want advice on storing any of these to museum storage standards just flick me a PM as I would be more than happy to help.

And once again Jorge, just brilliant!
Thank you @Smithy, that’s nice of you to offer, I would be interested to hear your advice. I’ll probably be moving them sooner to another bunker! I will send you a PM later at night when I get home!
 

Smithy

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Thank you @Smithy, that’s nice of you to offer, I would be interested to hear your advice. I’ll probably be moving them sooner to another bunker! I will send you a PM later at night when I get home!
No problem Jorge and I'm happy to help. You have some seriously superb pieces so it's worth making sure they're stored in conditions which protect them and ensure they're around in the same condition for many more years to come.

Talk soon mate!

Tim
 
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