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    cranequin history

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    jokum
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    cranequin history

    Post by jokum on Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:48 am

    hello people
    I am looking for any material on the history of cranequins for medieval and renaissanc crossbows, books, thesis', webpages, anything preferably in english, but I read danish, swedish and some German too..
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    Re: cranequin history

    Post by Michael on Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:46 pm

    Hello Jokum: Try getting a copy of this book; "Crossbows in the Royal Netherlands Army Museum". Written by an outstanding fella Mr. Jens Sensfelder. He can help you out and even point you in the direction that you have to go. Good luck in your quest. Mike
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    Re: cranequin history

    Post by jokum on Sun Aug 12, 2012 3:34 am

    thanks Mike, Its on my list, Ill try to get on to Jens, You dont happend to have any contact details to him do you?
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    Re: cranequin history

    Post by Michael on Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:17 pm

    Hello Jokum: Yes I do let me go to my other desk and find what you need: hang on please. I'm back with the information to contract Jens. Jens Sensfelder@google mail.com If that one doesn't get results try this one jens.sensfelder@googlemail.com That should do it. If you are thinking about having Jens build you a prod (bow) he is the man. I'm having a crossbow built for myself with one of his bows. A 875 lb. draw wt. Well take care. B/4 I forget he takes a week or less to get an answer from Jens. Tell Jens that Mike Nowak from the States saids Hello. Thank you.
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    Re: cranequin history

    Post by jokum on Tue Aug 21, 2012 3:56 am

    thanks Mike
    all the best
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    Re: cranequin history

    Post by Gemhund on Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:36 am

    Aha.
    1) I'm Dutch
    2) I go to Delft often.
    3) Legermuseum, says google.
    Thank you I will definitely be a-visitin'.

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