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Hitler signed postcard + small documentation

Article about: I found a very interesting auction of a small documentation on a group of Landdienst-Mädels that visited Adolf Hitler in June 1937 at his private residence, the Berghof. As you can see a new

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    I like it. Unlike so many Hitler signatures, this one looks good to me.
    William

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    Would like to see this in hand as the image supplied is not the best but it looks good thus far - and importantly, fits the pattern of the era mentioned.
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    Attached you can find a higher resolution screenshot of the pencil signature.
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    I have seen many Hitler signatures in ink and pencil and this one as well as the other one you missed looks original and I have no problem with both they look good to me. Regards Don Boyle

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    WB Don
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    Thank you much appreciated. Rough year last year . I lost my Dad my Mom my father-in law , my twin brother and had a knee replaced so I have been out of touch with a few people. Good to be back. Thanks Don

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    Great to see you posting again Don. Life happens but we have to roll with it and care for family first.

    Best Regards Larry
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    I have read that Hitler rarely ever signed postcards so be careful.

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    Dear Don,

    thanks a lot for your answer.


    Dear Erich,

    as you can see in the photo I attached, Hitler signs the postcards. The photo was sold together with the autograph.
    I really like the rare combination of the autograph and the photo that shows him during the moment of signing the postcard.


    Best regards,
    Stefan
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