A good but heavily used example.
The matching H.J. Bann and D.J. Jungbann number straps would depend upon the time era you wish to represent as new Banns were added over time. From 1934 to 1936: 274, 226, 224, 167, 83. From 1936 to 1942:226, 83, 167, 274, 289, 393, 192, 224. After 1942 the aforementioned plus: 760, 761, 762, and 763. The most often seen number that matches this triangle is the single D.J. from Jungbann 83 Kassel. There are a number of them for sale at the moment on dealer sites that I am aware of. The H.J. straps will prove more difficult to find, but can still be found if patient and diligent in your search. Here is a fantastic set of Motor H.J. for an Obergefolgschaftsfuhrer from my collection. Notice how the litzen is sewn on before the pink piping. This set also has internal stiffeners in them to make them more like "boards" rather than straps. Definitely manufactured for this specific rank and not "dolled" up later to enhance value. I was lucky enough to obtain these years ago from member "Kurt Meyer" after he bought them from Toby Rowan.
Bann number information comes from Garry M and is posted in the member content section of the H.J. Research Forum and includes Bann names there.
You're a true encyclopedia! Thanks a lot for your explanation and help
While looking for Kurhessen on Google I came across this 83 Bann and 846 (single). You're so right - appart from having a great price this 83 so worn set matches well with my also worn triangle. I guess I'll go for it!
Thank you once again for your help.