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Please help ID these shoulder boards

Article about: I have been offered these, but am having problems identifying them. I assume the extra loop of material with buttonhole has been cut off at some stage. I am guessing at Stabsfeldwebel artill

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    Default Please help ID these shoulder boards

    I have been offered these, but am having problems identifying them. I assume the extra loop of material with buttonhole has been cut off at some stage. I am guessing at Stabsfeldwebel artillery or Feuerschutzpolizei by the colours, but that is as far as I can get. Any help appreciated.Click image for larger version. 

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    Cheers,
    Al

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    The waffenfarbe looks pink on my monitor!...
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    Look like Heer Panzer to me.
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    Looks pink to me also and as Adrian has put Heer panzer

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    I am assuming that not having the piece that loops through the uniform and has a button hole detracts from the value. Can anyone give me a ballpark value on these please?
    Cheers,
    Al

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    imo panzer.

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    I think panzer also.

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    Any ideas on a fair value in this condition?
    Cheers,
    Al

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    According to the color chart of German Army shoulder straps / boards in my original wartime 1942 Der Soldatenfreund book, the " L " stands for : "Lehr und Versuchsabteilung."

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    Truthfully, being damaged as they are, they hold very little value in this condition. A shame, as they look like a decent pair. They will make for a good display, if nothing else.
    William

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