Thank you also Ade!
Thank you also Ade!
A very interesting thread with hugely interesting artifacts and further more posted by a member who not only has an interesting collection with quality items, but for whom the flame burns bright in regards to have his research and knowledge about the relics down pat.
Personally, I find these relics particularly interesting, as they are niche items from a smaller country hence fewer in number and thus rarely seen in contrast to more numerous (but of course still very interesting) items from the rest of the TR and adjoining organisations.
Ive been following this thead with interest for a while now. Still interesting items pop up. Again, thanks for sharing.
Yes, the dummy looks mean if not downright constipated.
Excellent choice for the uniform IMO. Looks great
Yes he is not delighted, still have to find another head.
It is a very special collection area I'm doing research for years given the reference books often be wrong and not complete.
Well, this thread certainly goes a long way towards 'enlightening' forum members in regards to the narrow but interesting (to me) field of Dutch NSB items.
(I'll stop heaping praise on this thread before your head inflates to untold dimensions!)
Speaking of which: Good luck with the 'head hunting!'
NSB insigne tile , made by mosa Holland.
That his very nice cloth NSB items that you have collected
temporally better pictures of the yellow tab to check it.
Thanks Jan. Here are a couple of pictures of the yellow tab. I found out who the Dutch dealer / collector was who had this in their collection, and asked him where he obtained it, he said that it was with a old collection of NSB items he'd bought some years ago. I did notice that he posted pictures of his collection of tabs on the WAF site including this tab, however, no one made any comment . This is still on the WAF site ! Having said all that, quite a few things are wrong with it, it shouldn't have gold bars or star etc, the star is strange and something I've never seen. However, it's obviously old, so if not NSB what ?