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    I think this is the one you wanted to see.
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    any ideas about this one?
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    It is indeed. Very pleased to say it is fine and original. Nice find. These are researchable! A friend of mine has a database of these numbers.

    In case you or any other forum members don't know, this is the SS ZA pin or the SS-Zivilabzeichen (SS Civilian badge). They were for wear on civvy clothes. They were only made by two makers: Gahr and Hoffstätter.

    The other item you have just shown is a watch fob.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    thanks again so much Ade & everyone. im going to quit for today .here are some more. This stick pin is the smallest item that i have. Any ideas about these I D plates?
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    You have a 2nd pattern Heer marksmans lanyard.

    Nazi supportors stick pin.

    The id plates are (without being too obvious) from an aircraft part made by Heinkel and a VW dataplate.

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    Thanks again everyone. This is lots of fun & very educational . At least now I can tell my kids & grandkids a little about some of this stuff that these footlockers are full of from their grandfathers war days. Wait till I show you all my swords , daggers, helmets, mines & boobytraps, flags etc. It's been fun & thanks again. Its nice to be part of such a great bunch of collectors. Good evening & God bless from Florida! & yes , I know the service cap is not original. I got it at a flea market, but the top insignia is !Cheers !
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    Quote by cobra53 View Post
    Thanks again everyone. This is lots of fun & very educational . At least now I can tell my kids & grandkids a little about some of this stuff that these footlockers are full of from their grandfathers war days. Wait till I show you all my swords , daggers, helmets, mines & boobytraps, flags etc. It's been fun & thanks again. Its nice to be part of such a great bunch of collectors. Good evening & God bless from Florida! & yes , I know the service cap is not original. I got it at a flea market, but the top insignia is !Cheers !
    The cap is post war I am not sure about the manikin.

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    I have enjoyed seeing everything and am looking forwards to seeing the rest of his stuff now!

    By the way, I noticed there is a British Royal Artillery cap badge in the group. This is the brass cap badge with the field gun on it. My Grandad was a Gunner.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    It is indeed. Very pleased to say it is fine and original. Nice find. These are researchable! A friend of mine has a database of these numbers.

    In case you or any other forum members don't know, this is the SS ZA pin or the SS-Zivilabzeichen (SS Civilian badge). They were for wear on civvy clothes. They were only made by two makers: Gahr and Hoffstätter.

    The other item you have just shown is a watch fob.

    Cheers, Ade.
    hi ade why have i been told before these ss stickpins and the badge type of it were fantasy items and never existed during the tr

    thanks mate

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    Hi Ewan, there are many different fantasy SS stick pins. But this is not one This is the only legitimate design.

    Cheers, Ade.

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