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Unknown shoulderparts from ww2?

Article about: Hello I found this two shoulderparts together with other Wehrmachtsparts from my grandfathers dad I am not shure about that, because the shape looks not like WH The stars and the number look

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    Hello
    I found this two shoulderparts together with other Wehrmachtsparts from my grandfathers dad
    I am not shure about that, because the shape looks not like WH
    The stars and the number looks like this

    I am need your help to identify this items because I am not normally collect shoulderparts or something in this way

    Best regards from the Oktoberfest
    Bavarian
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    They look like very early/pre-war shoulder straps for a Feldwebel (sergeant), but wait for someone more knowledgeable to confirm yea or nay.

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    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    These are 1st-model shoulder boards for a Feldwebel of Infanterie-Regiment 62 as worn on the field blouse. The boards were initially made of basecloth, which was changed to field grey badgecloth in December 1934 and finally to dark green badgecloth (as seen here) in September 1935.

    The 1st-model "angular" boards were replaced by the 2nd-model "rounded" boards in 1938/1939 (rounded boards had already been worn on the Waffenrock since 1935), but continued to be worn long into the war.

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    As an afterthought and just for additional illustration, here is an example for the type of shoulderboard that replaced the one seen in the first post:

    Unknown shoulderparts from ww2?

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