08-31-2014 03:30 AM
Can't say I've seen one like it before, perhaps a very late war example in a similar design to the 3-pronged Panzer sculls that were deemed very controversial a few years ago but now seem to be somewhat more accepted.
Edge tab eagles are fairly common and a known late war type though those I have seen usually only have a single tab at the bottom. I don't remember seeing a version with this marking before.
its just an opinion.
I have never encountered a political eagle with this form of attachment. That does not mean it is not authentic. It only raises questions. If a fake, there must be other examples out there.
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I can't comment if it's real or not, but the late war ss skulls and eagles seem to have horizontal lines on the reverse!...
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Thanks for your in put guys. Hopefully its something unique but I never get my hopes up.
There was a slip of paper with it which stated NSDAP CAP RZM E2 or D2 (the d and e are typed over on a type writer). M36 m1/16 cap eagle. on the back it says SA ,h.j. visor hat eagle. Just seems like to much info for me.
Hopefully its a late war variant that would be cool.
I have seen some with similar style prongs but not the exact I kind of like it though
I agree with Jerry.
Here is my example of a late war eagle, notice the tabs are not pointed, but rather rounded and a single tab at the bottom.
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