06-05-2014 07:44 PM
Hi RZM , you have a fantastic looking HJ uniform there, so nice to see a complete set-up! Leon.
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Thank you for sharing these wonderful, underated AHS items. The collector community as a whole has yet to discover the desirability of such items.
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Great contribution RZM57 !! into the unseen part of History. A scary thought....the large overcoat/cape in post #4 is very ordinary looking except for the tags...the chilling part is how many of these overcoats..have been tossed in the Goodwill box...by the children of the Vets. Nothing really stands out to attract the viewer. What does stand out is the true identity of these obscure pieces of history..and the doctrine that was taught at these high level schools. Great item . Regards Larry
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Great items. Thanks for sharing them at the forum
Thanks for sharing these with us. I have never seen a complete HJ uniform. other than pictures.
A real forgotten treasure.
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Always a pleasure to see this uniform !
I saw it in true, it's better!