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The Rarest of the Rare?

Article about: It certainly is up there. It is the first one I can recall seeing outside of period photographs:

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    Bob,If you look at Leni Reifenstauls "TRIUMPH OF THE WILL" 1934 picture at the end you will see a very short SS officer with his sword in a parade stature.Sepp Dietrich was no giant either! I guess Maederer's $32,500 is what he feels he can ask for the hat and thats his perogative as this hobby shows more and more dog eat dog qualities!!Carl This is a reply to your Hello Scout post.

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    Neither Adolf, Joseph nor 'Der Treue Heinrich' were picture perfect according to the TR aryan race ideologi.

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    I guess they have other problems at the moment with their collapsing bonuses.
    It's outrageous that they still get paid bonuses at all!

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ID:	320008Here from the summer of 1935, one sees Dietrich with a grey cap with a kind of field cap appearance. This image courtesy of Mr. d'Alquen. In the Heimdal photobook of the year 2007 by Trang it would appear that black and grey caps were worn side by side as late as the summer of 1935. My betters here will tell me when the black field cap for officers came into use, but in 1933...or 1934?
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    damit, basta.

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ID:	320057Here is a hint as to the original cost of the thing. It cost less than a shirt, and somewhat more than a cuff titles.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	320060Such works as this reproduce many archival pictures of the first years of the LAH. Those interested in this type of headwear can well profit from such a book. Surely these works do not exhaust the theme, but they are suggestive of the uniforms of the years 1933, 1934 and 1935.
    damit, basta.

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    Interesting pic showing a variation of these early SS visors:
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