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T-34 Vs Tiger Serial Number ((HOT))

Shortly before D-Day, Allied intelligence reported that large numbers of Panthers were being used in the panzer divisions, and an attempt was made to investigate Panther production. Using a statistical analysis of the serial numbers on the road wheels on two captured tanks, U.S. intelligence estimated Panther production for February 1944 to be 270 units, much greater than what had been anticipated. This estimate was very accurate, especially compared to previous methods, as German records after the war showed production of Panthers for the month of February 1944 was 276. This indicated that the Panther would be encountered in much larger numbers than had previously been thought.[154] In the planning for the Battle of Normandy, the U.S. Army expected to face a handful of German heavy tanks alongside large numbers of Panzer IVs. At this point, it was too late to prepare to face the Panther. As it turned out, 38% of the German tanks in Normandy were Panthers, whose frontal armour could not be penetrated by the 75 mm guns of the US M4 Sherman.

T-34 Vs Tiger Serial Number


Hi im from South Africa. My cousin give me a Singer masjien today very old. I dont find the serial number anywhere. Its very old and as i read between the lines thee masjien is most probably from 1925-1935 i would realy like to find out more. As this is my biggest present ever.

I have a small Singer machine that is not functioning with a number on the front plaque 24-84.The serial number is H392268. Can you tell me about this machine, it has been sitting in theAttic for many, many years.

Hello I have a Universal 700 Super Deluxe Precision Manufactured Made in Japan, the serial number is M/700/24121. I cannot find any information on this machine. I sews great, and is serviced regularly. If anyone has or can provide any information I would greatly appreciate any assistance.I also have a a Singer Model 347, SN EY 100841, and likewise, cannot find any information on it.I am interested in knowing how many were made and in what year.Than you, Sonia

I also have a Singer with a serial number starting with U. It is an industrial Singer, heavy duty, made around 1981, but the chart does not list the U series. Ours is a model 20-13 in the 20U series. Still trying to find out the exact year of manufacture.

I have a Singer sewing machine with the serial number EM960856.Also on the base plate is 171010 SIMANCO It belonged to my mother and I would like to now use it myself.Are you able to advise me as to where I could have the machine serviced?

Good evening I got a Singer Sewing Machine with serial number BP041910 and I want know how old my machine is and the appropriate value of it in SA RANDS please? The machine is in fair condition but needs to be serviced.Im from South Africa.

I have Singer sewing machine in a cabinet with the pedal wheel that works and the cabinet has 4 little drawers(2 on each side) and a small drawer on the front of it and also all the attachments to the machine. The serial number is B598697. Is there an approx value you can give me on the unit.

I have a Singer sewing machine incabinet with all the attachments, manuals, bobbins, including the oil, etc, etc. The Singer seal is on the front with model 301A, however, no serial number. Underneath the bottom left by the bobbin compartment is a metal plate that has the number 170027 with the name Simanco, USA. According to a website the 301A was manufactured in 1952 or before 1957. My question is: Is this an authentic Singer and what year is it?

Hi, I have 2 Singer Sewing machines one has the serial number G9760381 and the other is H568636 they are complete with tables. how would I be able to find a value on these machines>Thanks, Tom

Modern Tudor watches have the reference number and serial number placed on the undersides of the lugs. This is done for strategic reasons, as accessing the serial number of an older Tudor watch means you have to remove the bracelet.

The most common vintage Tudor watch is the Tudor Oyster watch, and after having received countless requests and questions about the Tudor oyster watch serial numbers, we can confirm that yes, the serial numbers below also apply to the Tudor Oyster,

The easiest and best way to date your modern Tudor watch is if you have the original certificate for your watch. If you do, the date on which the watch was purchased should be on the certificate. Simply confirm that the serial number on your Tudor watch matches the serial number that is engraved on your Tudor.

Respected sir,I got a Yonex racket recently. I need to check the genuineness for the same. When I received the racket new grip was applied by my friend. So no hologram.Racket details as follows,Voltric z force 2Shaft serial number 0115263Cone code 201273IDAlso I need to know about the warranty details and manufacturing country. I got this racket from India.RegardsDr Vivek Mathew09496260359Unable to send mail

Respected sir, madamI got a Yonex racket recently. I need to check the genuineness for the same. When I received the racket new grip was applied by my friend. So no hologram.Racket details as follows,Voltric z force 2Shaft serial number 0115263Cone code 201273IDAlso I need to know about the warranty details and manufacturing country. I got this racket from India.

I bought a badminton racket from Decathlon, but the base does not have the country ( JAPAN ) missing. Is the racket fake? It seems to have the serial numbers on the shaft and handle with the hologram too.How can I authenticate it?

The above chart shows the approximate first serial number shipped for the indicated year. This number should be used as a point of reference only. It is not necessarily the very first serial number shipped, but it can be used to determine the approximate year your Ruger firearm was shipped.

Ruger does not necessarily produce firearms in serial number order. There are occasions when blocks of serial numbers have been manufactured out of sequence, sometimes years later. Also, within a model family the same serial number prefix may be used to produce a variety of different models, all in the same block of serial numbers. And in some cases, firearms may be stored for a length of time before they are shipped.

For serial numbers manufactured prior to our electronic records, or for an official letter confirming the details on your firearm please download and mail in the Request for Letter of Authenticity form.

Heckel bassoon serial numbers are assigned when the wood for the instrument is chosenfor construction. After the serial number is assigned the wood is cured for at least 12years. This can cause variations in serial number/year progression; it is possibleto have a lower serial number shipped after a higher serial number has shipped.Heckel bassoon serial numbers are not continuous. There are known gapsin the serial numbers.The reason for these gaps is not always known even by the factory.For example, according to company sources:...we can confirm that there are no instruments [bassoons] from [serial numbers] 11389 to 11501 ever built;maybe we had a design change during that time.

This web page uses the convention serial/manufacturing mark,e.g., serial number 7273, manufacturing mark 2 would be displayed as 7273/2.This number is sometimes erroneously referred to as adesk number or abench mark.The manufacturing mark does not connect a specific instrument with a specific builder or build desk in any way.Construction Changes Through History Rubber bore linerThe hard rubber liner was introduced and patented by Wilhelm Heckel in 1889. Flat Back Long JointIn the late 4000s Heckel changed from building flat back long joints tothe current round cross-section shape.You can clearly see a flat back long joint on bassoon #4822.The back of the long joint is built with a plateau, similar to what is still made for the wing C# key. Long Bore/Short BoreDuring 1922 (around serial number 5711) Heckel changed from building small borebassoons to the wide bore bassoon.In order to accomidate this change, the wing, boot and long joint have shorter tubelengths. In America the wide bore instruments are frequently referred to as short bore bassoons.Before serial number 5711 (1922) only small bore bassoons were built; betweenserial numbers 5711 and 7700 (1935) both types were built and after serial number 7700typically only the wide bore was built. Thick Wall ConstructionIn 1963 (around serial number 10700) Heckel began making the walls of the bassoon thicker.The standard story explaining the reason for this changes was that the thinner walled instrumentstended to crack too easily, especially in the long joint tenons and the top of the boot joint.Very recently (the 15000 series) there is evidence that the wall thickness of the bassoons has been furtherincreased. Ivory Bell RingReal ivory was used for the ivory bell ring until the 13000 series.From that point on, a very good imitation made of plastic has been used.According to recent reports, Heckel has once again begun using real ivoryfor the bell rings due to successful African animal management programs.However, new bassoons sent to the US will continue to have plastic ringsdue to continued US ivory importation laws. Low D Key GuardThe shape of Low D key guard has changed over time.Originally, the Low D key guard was a half cap over the lower half of the Low D key cupas on 3050.By the time of the manufacture of 3221, the guard had changed to a metal rimas seen on 3221.Later the guard changed to a bar similar to the modern Bb key guard on the back of the boot jointas on 6126.During the 6000 series the Low D key guard became the shape that it continues to have today. Back Ab KeyHeckel bassoons until 7400 had the back Ab key as a separate tone hole on the back of the bootas seen on 7250. After 7400 the default mechanism for theback Ab key was to operate the front Ab key via a connecting rod through the boot joint.The back Ab key as a separate tone hole is still available as option 107. Low G KeyThe Low G key was originally connected from front to back by a keywork mechanism that wrapped aroundthe boot joint, as seen on 3221.This permanently changed between 4210 and 4230 to the modernmethod of connection by pressing a rod that passes directly through the boot joint.VariationsThe following is an explanation of some of the typical variations you may find in instrument descriptions: World SystemYou will notice some instruments listed as World System,French left hand,Muccetti system (after Enzo Muccetti)or Pezzi system.These were all attempts to blend the French bassoon key system (Boehm) with theGerman (Heckel) system.Typically this was done by building the left hand with the Frenchkey system and the right hand with the German key system, although the centennial 1931 Heckel catalogdoes contain some models that have right hand Boehm system keywork(models 41u, 41v, 41ur and 41vl). Bell ShapeHeckel builds bassoons with what the factory calls three different styles of bells;German,French and Italian bells (factory options 72, 72a and 72b respectively).This indicates only the external shape of the bell.This terminology should not be confused with the type of bell ring;a Heckel bassoon with a metal bell ring does not indicate a French bell;it is not uncommon to see a German bell with a metal bell ring.The French bell has a significantly different external shape,as can be seen in this picture of 15208(this instrument also has a divided long joint).I have been told by Roger Birnstingl that the Italian bell (also know as theMuccetti bell) has the same boreas a normal bell but has very thin walls and very little bulge.It is also quite a bit lighter, weighing in at around 250 grams versusthe 300 grams of a typical German bell. Gentlemen's ModelSome instruments are listed as a Gentlemen's model,or having a divided long joint.These instruments have a joint lower on the top of the long joint(between the Low B and C keys) which allows the instrument to be taken apart intosections which are more similar in length.Typically there is still a normal bell joint (option 85); however, there is an option tohave only the joint between the Low B and C keys (option 85a).Notes about the instrument tableSeveral instrument have notations indicating that they were mentioned/used in theJames Burton book. This is a reference toJames L. Burton's "Bassoon Bore Dimensions " D.M.A. dissertation, Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, May 1975.Some instruments also note their use in Mr. Burton's articleGraphing the Bassoon Bore in the publicationThe Journal of the International Double Reed Society, Number 3, 1975.Heckel Bassoon Serial NumbersFor your convenience, you may use the following hyperlinks to jump directly to a specificHeckel bassoon series:


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