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    Wehrmacht Heer Kragenspiegel M36 Mannschaften Panzerjäger rosa

    07-20-2018, 02:40 AM

    Goldfields find from Victoria, Australia

    Thought some of the members might be interested in this. Found this old rifle whilst out detecting in the goldfields of central Victoria, Australia, last

    07-20-2018, 03:40 AM

    Polish Award Identification

    I got this award in a lot that I recently purchased.

    I have no idea what it is. I am assuming it is Polish based on the eagle but could

    07-20-2018, 02:13 AM

    New to collecting

    Evening all.. I’m from Montreal Canada and have always been somewhat of a WW2 history nut. I have started a collection of military anything and hope to

    07-20-2018, 02:22 AM

    I'd like some opinions on the WW1 era camo helmet...

    Hi all!

    I'm looking for some opinions on this one. It certainly looks good, but I'm not expert on WW1 era helmets, much less the camo ones.

    07-20-2018, 02:51 AM
    The Devil's Bank

    NSKK Motorbrigade 1937 Plaque.

    Lovely green colour NSKK Plaque.

    May be a participation or just a commemorative badge, for a ride around the Bavarian mountains in 1937?

    07-20-2018, 01:12 AM
  • "BeVo" SS cuff titles: how to spot original from fake

    Hi Guys, as this question comes up very often, I thought it would be useful to place a pinned thread on the subject?

    The key to determining an original from a fake, like so many other German items, is the reverse.

    Here is the edge detail of an original. Note the pattern of the weave and how it forms a series of small almost even sized white "dots" right near the edge of the cuff title? This is only seen on originals.

    The chequered black and white weave which forms the back of the title is known to collectors as "salt and pepper" weave.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: "BeVo" SS cuff titles: how to spot original from fake started by Adrian Stevenson View original post
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