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Help Identifying WWII SS Relics Dog Tag ID Disc Skull

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    Default Help Identifying WWII SS Relics Dog Tag ID Disc Skull

    Hi, I'm new to warrelics.eu, so if I am posting in the wrong section,etc, my apologies! I'm still trying to figure how everything works, but am excited to join! I recently came across some WWII relics, but was unsure of their authenticity. I have attached files of the skull. The seller said it was dug up in the Halbe forest in Germany. The second item is a German ID disc/dog tag that I bought and was also unsure of its authenticity. Any and all opinions as to its authenticity would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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    Not 100% sure about the tag but this unit existed, Mühlberg-Kaserne Ellwangen - Lexikon der Wehrmacht

    It may be just fine, but I do not like the stamping style I would have to look it over closely.

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    Not 100% sure about the tag but this unit existed, http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Kasernen/Wehrkreis05/Kaserne_EllwangenMuhlberg-R.htm

    It may be just fine, but I do not like the stamping style I would have to look it over closely.

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    Not sure about the tag. I know the guy who found the Pz skull. It's legit.

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    Thanks for the input! Would you happen to know if the skull is SS? I have been told that it was a Heer Panzer skull. Thanks again for the help

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    Dog Tag is ok!

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    Yes, Heer skull, probably for a collar tab - Not SS.
    The SS Erkuningsmarke was not issued - No blood typ.
    Sarge

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    You sure about that Sarge? I have 9 SS erkennungsmarken and none of them are bloodtyped. All are bodenfund so I doubt the odds that all are also unissued.

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    Not all SS EKM have a Blood group on them , just check our threads !!
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    1st July 1916

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    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

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    Do you know if it would be possible to trace the identity of the soldier, if it was issued? Where would I look to do that? Thanks again everybody for your help, I greatly appreciate it.

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    Impossible to trace a German soldier by his dog tag. The information is open to Only the direct family members-and even then, it's a long and complicated process.
    William

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

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