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rbl 44

trinxet

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Also unfinished but it seems to be tan
 

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trinxet

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Could be late ones, production stopped by bombings or who knows..... I think nobody has still identified this producer
 

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dot

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Could be late ones, production stopped by bombings or who knows..... I think nobody has still identified this producer
Very nice kits, thanks for showing !
The letter code rbl was issued at the end of 1944. About these late kits, with only a few weeks of production, it seems that the manufacturing stopped abruptly, maybe as Trinxet says due to the bombing of the factory. This could also somehow explain the existence of unfinished rbl44 cans, which lack the inner separation sheets.

Antoni
 
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