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SS pigeon ring 1936

Article about: hi guys got a question a few days ago i was metaldetecting and found this SS pigeon ring date 1936 at the German border near Holland i know the Germans used pigeons,and some rings got the ad

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    Superb find, one of my favourite subject matters, animals in warfare. Just thought I would add some photos of a SS brieftaubenstation.

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    Very interesting.

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    [QUOTE=duska;1654195]Superb find, one of my favourite subject matters, animals in warfare. Just thought I would add some photos of a SS brieftaubenstation.=QUOTE]

    Great pictures, has took me back years ! seems a well kept loft

    Were these breeding birds, what were the SS using these birds for, messages I assume ??????

    Cheers

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    Just had a chat with my brother who kept my grandfathers loft and pigeon stock going for 20 years after my grandfathers death

    The solid rings/bands are normally applied to the pigeon squabs leg ( squeaker, chick ) at 6 days old, the leg then grows and the band can not be removed

    Bizarre item ! haha

    Cheers

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    thanks everyone for your comments,and help

    greetings

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    hi guys today i was approached by someone who wants to buy my SS pigeon ring,the owner of a Dutch ww2 museum,he ask me a price but really, i have no idea to ask for it,what do you think this piece maybe worth?

    greetings

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    Not worth a great fortune, but I know that I'd give you a hundred dollars right now for it...
    William

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

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    Not worth a great fortune, but I know that I'd give you a hundred dollars right now for it...
    After reading the question that was exactly my estimation!
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    Also Never seen one or heard about them , so they must be rare , anything SS commands a higher price as we know , $200 seems too little for something so rarely seen.

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