Feldhose M43 der Luftwaffe Sammleranfertigung

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Orig. Kragenspiegel Generalstab : Uniform-Effekte 2231

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Wehrmacht Heer Schulterklappen Heeresflak mit Schlaufe Flak

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Question Bandenkampfabzeichen (Anti Partisan Badge) Opinions?? A Dozen pics

Hello everybody :)

I am curious what your opinions is about this ìtem.

But especialy, is it Typ 1? And what could be the manufactor? And what material? Zinc? It is non-magnetic. What else important to say?? Sadly NO Paper-Work.

Thanks everyone who enlighten me. :)

Have a great day!!

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Wehrmacht Uniform Dachbodenfund WW2 Feldbluse Offizier deutsch selten

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Help in identifing this item. Tie clasp?

I hope I selected the correct sub forum for this item. About 8 years ago I was at an estate auction for a gentleman who had served in WWII. I purchased, as a group, his 1943 P-38, 1944 P-38 soft shell holster and this tiny item which I think is a tie clasp but I’ve not found another like it. I seems to be bronze mounted on chrome. Very crisp detail on the eagle with sharp oak leaves, head, just everything which to me makes it likely to not be a fake as most fake items I’ve seen from items of any era tend to be softer on detail then originals. Any help would be appreciated. Oh, and by the way, new here!1096691109669210966931096694

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Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber for review

Good morning again folks..

This is a second IAB in Silver for review. This one has me a little concerned because of the circle marks on the reverse of the badge. I don’t ever recall seeing anything like this, and at first I thought it may have been stamped or pressed. I don’t know if the makers of these badges used that type of manufacturing technique (stamping metal or pressing metal). I was also a little concerned about the lack of detail on the features of the badge, however in light of what I was told about this possibly being a molded badge, I can see that some of the details will lack…

I sent the same pictures I will post here to Ralph Boos and he believes this may possibly be an Assmann and Sohne mold number 1.

Once again I can’t thank you all enough for your knowledge, friendliness and spirt of collecting to assist in identification of badges with those of us who do not collect Third Reich artifacts as a primary hobby.

I have enjoyed scouring the forums and yesterday I was looking up a Wound badge in the forums and the Wound Badge database and I was able to confirm that I have a Carl Wild example which I was pretty impressed with 1. my research abilities and 2. The ease of identification due to great photos and information provided.

Looking forward to hearing what others think about this IAB in Silber, and again if this is a good one I would like to submit this to the Original IAB Database for historical preservation..


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Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Bronze for review

Good day everyone.

Would like some of the more knowledgeable folks to take a look at this IAB. At the suggestion of one of the great members here Ralph Boos, he suggested to get some more input. I have taken a look at some of the originals in the database but since my knowledge in this area is weak, I needed firm confirmation.

It has been suggested that it may be an early Steinhauer & Luck badge based on the hardware on the reverse of the badge..

I would like to contribute to the database of IABs if this one passes examination.

I will also post a second IAB in Silver in a second topic.

Thanks everyone. Since I have become a member here my intent has been to learn, examine, educate, and also contribute where I may to assist others as they have assisted me in the past..


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Question SS-Dienstauszeichnung 3.Stufe (8 Jahre) Help

Hello Everyone!

Fairly new to the forum. I had signed up a few years ago, but have been busy and finally remembered I should sit down and look at this treasure trove of knowledge.

I have recently inherited a multitude of items from a friend of the family when he passed away. He served in WW2 and brought back a few items with him after the war. The attached pictures of the SS-Dienstauszeichnung 3.Stufe (8 Jahre) are the ones in question. I am looking to see is anyone can help me with it’s authenticity?

Also, I hope the photos uploaded the right way up. My apologies if they did not. I’m still trying to get the hang of things here.


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