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Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

Article about: by Voje85 Maybe it was marked to show that it was accepted to hang on the wall for lebensborn project? *Pregnant pause*.......Do you think so...?

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

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    Maybe it was marked to show that it was accepted to hang on the wall for lebensborn project?
    *Pregnant pause*.......Do you think so...?
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    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

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    Have not bought it yet, so dont have pictures of it now. The stamp and and the look of the picture gives me a good feeling that it could be real. If its real.. could it be of anny value?
    I found it in a antique store.

    Hope someone can help!

    Thanks!
    How can we possibly help without photos of it , showing the painting, frame stamp etc !!!
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    Courage the greater as our strength faileth.
    Here lies our leader ,in the dust of his greatness.
    Who leaves him now , be damned forever.
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    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

    A $90 price tag coupled with a "SS Polizei Nord Lebensborn" stamping sounds dubious at best... I'd post photos to have it reviewed if I were you. Also, they should be able to hold an item like this longer than just a few days, sounds to me like they're trying to rush you into buying it...

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

    Even if it Did hang in a Lebensborn facility, why would the frame be stamped SS? Do they want people to think that it was manufactured in the official "SS Picture Frame Factory"? Sorry, but you're asking the impossible-to authenticate an invisible object.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

    Ok, I will try to persuade the guy at the store to let me take pictures before i buy it

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

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    Ok, I will try to persuade the guy at the store to let me take pictures before i buy it
    A much better idea.

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    Well, seems that You really want to buy this item, original or not. For $90 You can get much better and original III Reich items.

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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

    I'm with Wagriff and SteveR.

    Having collected art for a long time, it makes little sense to me that a painting would be marked that way. I suppose it's not impossible, but it's not something that would in any way impact the value of the painting without the frame because the connection between the marking in the painting itself would be so tenuous as to be ignored.

    Frames are marked as to framer, gallery etc. But marked SS?

    Not likely so I'd steer clear of that if you're seeing the frame markings as a feature adding value. 99.99% odds that's a painting to which spurious SS markings have been added.
    Or, if the price justifies it and you like the piece, buy it for the painting that it is.

    But my overall sense here is that you're not looking for a painting.

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    I bought this painting for a small amount of money and there was a rubber stamp on the back and Himmlers signature painted on the back of the board. It was aged very well,, most likely from a tea application. heres the link http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/art-de...gamble-233936/
    Im still not sure what to make of it,, but it is a nice wall hanger for an SS collection Regards Larry
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    Default Re: Painting in frame stamped SS polizei nord lebensborn on the backside. The painting looks lik a bavarian moutain view.

    Im pretty sure all collectors have an item that isn't period but just looks good in the collection be it a picture,trophy, etc - I have a couple myself.

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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