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I would like to purchase a Plume Holder for one's Helmet!! :eh:
anyone??? :*:
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Greg: What would they be made from? Do you have any pics you can post here?

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Photos? No. . . . Drawing? Yes....
I had one which i left on my old sallet when i sold it which was made out of Brass.
Here is a childlike drawing (Not to Scale) :$
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Greg The Bastard wrote:Photos? No. . . . Drawing? Yes....
I had one which i left on my old sallet when i sold it which was made out of Brass.
Here is a childlike drawing (Not to Scale) :$


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Spotted a cheap alternative at tewks this year
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Thanks Clarence Boy!!
That is class!! The A-Team would be proud!! Surely he could have stretched to Silver Gaffa-Tape!!
The ebay jobby is rather shite to be honest!! Its just a metal tube bolted on to the helm. . . .
I'll keep buggering on!!! ;(
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chrisanson wrote:
Greg The Bastard wrote:Photos? No. . . . Drawing? Yes....
I had one which i left on my old sallet when i sold it which was made out of Brass.
Here is a childlike drawing (Not to Scale) :$


shout me if on one else sorts this for ya
I highly recommend Chris, his plume holders are exactly what you are looking for. On that note, can you make me another one please Chris, the one you made for me ended up on someone elses helmet. More than happy to pay.Davez.
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House of De Clifford wrote:
chrisanson wrote:
Greg The Bastard wrote:Photos? No. . . . Drawing? Yes....
I had one which i left on my old sallet when i sold it which was made out of Brass.
Here is a childlike drawing (Not to Scale) :$


shout me if on one else sorts this for ya
I highly recommend Chris, his plume holders are exactly what you are looking for. On that note, can you make me another one please Chris, the one you made for me ended up on someone elses helmet. More than happy to pay.Davez.

no problem how long was it?

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Cheers chris, if I remember right, it was approx 2 inches from top to bottom.
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ok

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Since we are on the subject, how much would a 2" plume holder cost.
I could really do with one as well! :thumbup:
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Simon@thestanleys wrote:Since we are on the subject, how much would a 2" plume holder cost.
I could really do with one as well! :thumbup:

eerrrrrmmm about a tenna i would think

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and about time too Simon !!! :P
Chris, will pm you regarding payment and adress etc ok.
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Chris,

Any chance you can post pics of your plume holders here?

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Mark T wrote:Chris,

Any chance you can post pics of your plume holders here?
haven't made em yet

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can everyone who asked for a plume holder PM me there address please?

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Ha amazing what you find when your moving house!!! :crazy:
it's a little battered but as you can see my drawing wasn't far off!! :wink:
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Some tinkering later!!!!!! :devil:
Hales 001.jpg
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AND FINALLY AFTER MUCH SWEARING!!!!!!!! :*
Hales 003.jpg
:D

And of course now i have a spare!!!!!
HOORAY!!
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NIce one Chris, got mine in the post last week. Lovely bit of kit.
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Ok, Chris, now that you've made 'em, can you post some pics here? :)

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<MODERATOR> As you are having boy-tin-chatting, rather than deleting this as 'problem solved' , I'm moving this to 1100-1500 period specific as it is useful information.
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sorry please feel free to delete

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Why? It is interesting, relevant and funny! That is why it has been moved here - to keep it for later reference. And I will move any wanteds that churn up info worth hanging onto into the relevant section rather than deleting them in Buy and Sell once 'Sorted'.
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:)

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Hi Alice,

My request for pics of Chris's offerings (and here as part of the thread, rather than by PM) was because it sounded there were a few of us out ther who wanted to see what his plume holders looked like - and it might have been an option to send more business his way. I know the OP's personal problem was solved, but seemed like a couple of other folks had the same interest.

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Which is why it is cached here - so it doesn't get lost or get deleted after 6 months. Nothing is stopping him fulfilling the request for pictures on this thread or from stopping the conversation continuing and developing. That's the whole idea of moving it to an area where people interested in that subject can see it and join in.

In the same way that Eve's request for who sells Victorian boots and all the sources and suppliers suggested has been cached on costumes where people can add information. Becuase it is of general and pertinent interest and would be wasted if it reached the sales deadline and had to be deleted.

And why any later topics of general interest will be saved for reference by caching on the relevant sections.
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Great - thanks. And thanks for the housekeeping!

Now: Chris ... Chris?

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except i forgot :$
dave have you got a photo ? if not i'll make a new one to put on

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sorry for the delay, just found the thread again
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