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    Whilst we're taking about horse riding and jockeys, I bought this original illustration the other day.
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    Thanks, Andreas and Ben. I have the Schlicht books, but did not look. The variations of colors, as in the reds, blues and greens, are always a joy to me.

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    Very nice thing, Ben, well done.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by S.Vestae View Post
    Well...I tell always the same thing...all was possible in period.... a special privately command ? or a frankentein cap post war job ?

    I dont Know, but thank you Chris for this subject !
    Seb, definitely not a Franky--no extra holes anywhere.
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    Better pic of the logo. Initials are F, B, & E over a spoked wheel. Logo is silver imprinted on the exterior of the shield:
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    I can only concur with the positive comments that have been made on this interesting piece. This is a real puzzlement.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    Unlike the Luftwaffe/KM/SS, white-tops were never authorized for the Heer (even though they were allowed to wear a white uniform during the summer months).
    I've always wondered why this was. Are we to assume it was merely a matter of idiosyncrasy on the part of the person or persons in charge of such decisions for the army?

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