Pretty much everything printed you see in this photo of the display in the back of my M37 is Reproduction Paperwork. Some of it I created myself on my computer, some I got off the internet from some very good sharing sites for reenactors.
I thought I would share my collection here, free of course. Simply Download the PDF, and print on good Card Stock (colored if needed) or appropriate paper. (None of my stuff is printed on the modern white paper, not too realistic). Use a good exacto knife and a thin metal ruler. For folding cartons, I print on card stock, then score the fold line on the back side using a ruler and dull point makes the folds sharp. Be creative with your choice of ‘paper’, for instance, the blasting cap box in the photo I printed on cardstock I cut from an old file folder.
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