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not one for my collection

on Wed Dec 14 2016, 03:10
i couldnt add this to my collection...........its morbid to say the least and a bit distasteful to profit from it IMO

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RAREST-WATCH-IN-THE-WORLD-WRISTWATCH-RECOVERED-FROM-THE-WW2-HIROSHIMA-BOMB-/222345036237?hash=item33c4cc01cd:g:GR0AAOSwcUBYUEDu
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Re: not one for my collection

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Re: not one for my collection

on Fri Dec 16 2016, 12:17
The Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Museum also has a watch that stopped at the time the bomb exploded.

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I hadn't realised that such artefacts were on the open market to buy.

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Re: not one for my collection

on Fri Dec 16 2016, 14:56
@daff62 wrote:The Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Museum also has a watch that stopped at the time the bomb exploded.

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I hadn't realised that such artefacts were on the open market to buy.


i find it very distasteful and i dont see at any different from collecting personal belonging from Nazi death camps, think items like this should be preserved but shown in museums and put in the correct context...not in personal collections...its just goulish IMO
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