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The Reichsbetriebsnummer RB numbering system.

Article about: Hi Guys, the Reichsbetriebsnummer or RB number (also represented as RB Nr or Rbnr) has over the past 70 years been of much discussion with collectors of German militaria. A lot of speculatio

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    Sorry, no luck on that number, but the maker would have been in Westfalia.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Sorry, no luck on that number, but the maker would have been in Westfalia.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Hi Ade, thanks for the reply.

    I have spotted it. It's HPC (Hermann Potthoff Coesfeld)
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Greetings!
    Can you help with any information about this number stemped on Zeltbahn :
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    Here's a code and makers initials from a winter under suit jacket for the record

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    Hi Pereto, this company was located in Reutlingen, Wurtemberg.

    Hi Rene, this maker was located in Leipzig.

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    Cheers Ade, got that from your brilliant research

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    Thanks for the reply and information Ade!
    Best regards!

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    I have a holster which is die stamped RBNr over 0550/0227. It has a Waffenampt WaA640 which could refer to A. Doppert, Kitzingen or Max Muller, Nurnberg. I believe the 0550 refers to the Koln-Weisbaden district under the RBNr numbering system. I don't think it is East German because none of the cities mentioned were in East Germany. Does anyone have any ideas on any of the above info? Thanks very much.

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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    You are correct. The maker was located in the Koln area. Sadly I cannot add a name to the maker.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    You are correct. The maker was located in the Koln area. Sadly I cannot add a name to the maker.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Thanks! I believe the maker to be A. Doppert Treibriemenfabrik, Kitzingen. This is based on the WaA640 waffenampt stamped on the holster. This waffenampt is associated with the above maker after 1942. Prior to 1942 the WaA640 waffenampt was associated with Max Muller, Nernberg. I think A. Doppert Treibriemenfabrik is correct because Kitzinger is closer to the Koln-Weisbaden area. Just my thoughts on the subject.

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