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    VL Detecting

    Jun 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    What is a “lead bag seal containing milk”??
    The lettering on the lead bag seal was saying 'Mjölk Kontr' which translates to 'Milk Control'. Because the milk was sent through old days customs. The lead bag seal most likely sealed a sack containing bottles of milk.
    Best regards

  2. #17

    Feb 2017
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    There was no organized trash removal in the olden days. Every refuse landed right on the manure heap (including lead seals w/ and W/o burlap, broken cermics, broken ceramic taobacco pipes, etc.). From the manure heap it went to the fields.

    Greets namxat


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