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Editor’s note: The JAG File from the March issue, “COA’s: Worth the Paper?” invited readers to share their COA experiences. This is one response:

Over the years I have received four COAs:

*2000 COA from Detlev Nieman on purchase of a 1914 “Princesise” 1914 Iron Cross Second Class

*2004 COA on The Hartman Trilogy limited to 850 signed & numbered prints featuring Erich Hartman flying his Me109 with signatures of 6 German aces.

*2008 COA from Germania International

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