Your Indiana Jones Displays - Lets see 'em

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JoeG

Master Member
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I don't have my Indy props on permanent display, but I took them out the other day to get a quick shot of them. Except for a whip and the ark, I feel like I have every iconic prop covered.

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VonMagnum

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My Advintage Raiders of the Lost Ark Indiana Jones Grey Fedora has arrived (Clipper flight and Washington D.C. scenes). It's a little tight on my head (slightly smaller than the brown one I bought, 39 vs. 41).

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Jintosh

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I love TinTin ! I read the full Graphic Novel size format original stories in the mid 80's. These were huge comic books, not sure where to find this size now.
 

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MCINTOSH275

Active Member
Hi,
Can I ask you MCINTOSH275, where did you find such a beauty? I'm looking for a bag like that, but I don't know where to find it... Thank you!
On Amazon, MIL-TEC backpack...

 

Fabilousfab

New Member
Hello, here are some pictures of my little space. Not happy with everything yet and there‘s still a lot to find and to make.
 

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Lantzn

New Member
There are two manufactures of these bags;
Mil-Tec -

MFH - model 30303B


I own both brands and prefer the MFH. The MFH is built with far better material and hardware. But the MFH tends to change their canvas material in both color and weave with each batch. They let all vendors run out, then tool up for the next batch.
The Mil-Tec was very popular with WWII reenactment folks.
 
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