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Hello all,

Anyone seen one of these before? I'm sure it has been painted over, but still a neat item. Any idea of value?

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I like it! Strip the paint and make it WWI vintage again.

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Any thoughts on how to best accomplish this while inflicting the minimum about of damage to the crate itself?

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Less is better - I would clean with hot soapy (murphys oil soap or Green something or rather ) with hot water, then go further from there.

I'd use something like orange citrus paint stripper - but like all things, less is better, there might still be stencils underneath.

Very cool - one of the first wood boxes I have seen from WW1 - I have one much like it, but no writing and its falling apart. My WW2 one has nice markings.

Ed
 
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