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Insignia lot--need help with identification?

Article about: Below is posted a small insignia lot. I'm pretty clueless besides the pin on the far right. Is the totenkopf from a panzer collar tab? Don't know anything about the edelweiss clip and the ot

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    Default Insignia lot--need help with identification?

    Below is posted a small insignia lot. I'm pretty clueless besides the pin on the far right.

    Is the totenkopf from a panzer collar tab? Don't know anything about the edelweiss clip and the other. Any input?

    (These are not my items)

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    Default Re: Insignia lot--need help with identification?

    Sorry, here are the pictures.
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    Hi Tony, all good original items. It is a Panzer collar tab skull.

    The edelweiss / ski tie clip is not military related but looks to be period.

    The Belgium pin looks like a WW1 commemorative item for lapel wear by Vets.

    The other item is a DAF lapel badge.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Insignia lot--need help with identification?

    Thanks Ade

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    Thought the ski clip would have been mountain div. Adrian would prob know.

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    Quote by ez1969 View Post
    Thought the ski clip would have been mountain div. Adrian would prob know.
    Alpine resort tourist item, probably 30's, IMO. I cant read it but it looks to have a place name on it, probably the name of the resort.


    Similar to the type of badges you get for alpine walking sticks.

    Jerry
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