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Author Topic: Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Sd.Kfz 171 camouflage patterns - Earl Grey collection  (Read 120732 times)
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« Reply #20 on: 10 June 2009, 19:19:40 »
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- Italy, May-June 1944
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« Reply #21 on: 10 June 2009, 19:22:04 »
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- Eastern Front, fall 1943


- Eastern Front, fall 1943
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« Reply #22 on: 10 June 2009, 19:25:40 »
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- Normandy, mid-1944


- Aachen, November 1944

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« Reply #23 on: 10 June 2009, 19:29:19 »
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- Ardennes, January 1945


- Ardennes, winter 1944


- Berlin, April 1945
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« Reply #24 on: 10 June 2009, 19:33:32 »
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- Eastern Front, July 1944


- Eastern Front, September 1944


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« Reply #25 on: 10 June 2009, 19:34:53 »
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- Ardennes, December 1944
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« Reply #26 on: 10 June 2009, 19:36:05 »
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- Normandy, August 1944
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- Arnhem, September 1944
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- Germany, April 1945
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- Oderfront 1945


- Eastern Front, mid-1944


- East Prussia, September 1944


- Poland, fall 1944


- Western Front 1944-45


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- Luxembourg, September 1944
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- Normandy, June 1944
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« Reply #32 on: 27 November 2009, 04:24:21 »
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Earl,

Are these pictures that you yourself have drawn? If not what reference source did you use? I've not seen some of these camo pattern before. It would be interesting to get the book.

Also, is the model one of yours? What scale is it?

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Are these pictures that you yourself have drawn?


No, sadly not. I could do that, but I don't have the time for that given all the other projects I'm working on. I was planning on doing that one day, though.

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If not what reference source did you use? I've not seen some of these camo pattern before. It would be interesting to get the book.


I took these from a variety of books I own and found them on the internet or had them scanned by friends. Usually, these patterns are based on opriginal photographs which explains why we haven't seen some of them yet - more and more photographs are appearing from private collections because the people owning those have died or decided to share them with the rest of the world (WW2 collectors being a VERY odd lot most of the time). Either way I can give you a list of the books I have, although in most of them the photographs these profiles are based on aren't shown.

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Also, is the model one of yours? What scale is it?


No again. I do model, but these are from other people from various sites out there; scale is 1/35.
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« Reply #34 on: 4 December 2009, 17:51:36 »
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I have some books with camo patterns I'm not seeing here as well. Need to crank up my scanner one of the days too.

It would be really interesting to see the photo scans you refer to.

I have hundreds of photos I took when I was in the US Army in the mid to late 70's of US equipment and one of these days I need to scan that all in as well.

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1.SS-PzDiv in Normandy, June 1944



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