Vintage Hausser, Lineol, type 7.5cm soldier - x 6 Elastolin, ntdsdp8204-Elastolin


Vintage Hausser, Lineol, type 7.5cm soldier - x 6 Elastolin, ntdsdp8204-Elastolin

Vintage Elastolin, Hausser, Lineol, type 7.5cm soldier - x 6
Vintage Hausser, Lineol, type 7.5cm soldier - x 6 Elastolin, ntdsdp8204-Elastolin

Media Contact: Eric Dixon at 865-202-8688 ( PDF of press release can be found here. April 9th, 2019 WHITESBURG, KY — After years of groundwork by coal-impacted communities and a positive hearing in the House Natural Resources Committee in March, the...

Item specifics

Condition: Used :
An item that has been previously used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
Seller notes: Please note the items in the background are not part of the auction. this is original no repairs or damage can be seen. Photograph forms part of the description, do remember these are about 70 years old and may have hair line cracks.. this is normal due to the construction methords.
Modified Item: No Number of Pieces: 6-10
Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany Type: Military Personnel
Material: composition Nationality: German
Scale: 7.5cm plus a bit Brand: Elastolin / Schusso/ unknown
Non-Domestic Product: No Era: 1914-1945

Below is the full oral testimony of ACLC's Senior Coordinator of Policy and Community Engagement, Eric Dixon, on March 28th, 2019 before the House of Representatives' Natural Resources Subcommittee hearing regarding abandoned mine lands and economic opportunity in...

Southerly Magazine published an article yesterday outlining the difficulties facing coal communities today, and ACLC attorney Mary Cromer provided some insight into why this happens below. "You can have low-level corruption and bad management, and things go along fine...

Press Release: Announcing ACLC’s New Executive Director

Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center appoints Wes Addington, long-time ACLC employee and Black Lung attorney, as Executive Director. Read more about this exciting transition in a letter from Wes below. For Immediate Release   Dear Friends, After 14 years working at...

The Lexington Herald-Leader recently interviewed ACLC's Deputy Director, Wes Addington, about the Black Lung Excise Tax that will expire at the end of the year unless Congress takes action. “It’s the beginning of a scenario where you could see very sick miners having...


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