a better picture, apparently was already discussed in another post some time ago, was for sale in the forum. (but ultimately, no one said whether it was false or not)
I found her in the new retail site, before seeing the post in the forum.
From a previous thread & post of mine:
...The contract for the manufacture of the "Jude star" was awarded the Berlin Fahnenfabrik Geitel & Co on the basis that it was to be fulfilled within a few days. Nearly a million stars - printed on long rolls of fabric and packed in bales - were delivered on time and the order brought the company 30,000 Reichsmark, which following the normal business practice of the time "if paid within five days of delivery of order" a two percent discount was granted.
Therefore given that nearly a million stars were printed by one manufacturer then one would expect to find only one version for German Jews who were required to wear a "Jude" star...
Especially if one totals up those Jews classified as being from Altreich, Ostmark and Ostgebiete in the Wannsee list of European Jews (attached) it only amounts to 595,500?
I guess if each person had to buy more than one patch then I suppose the "almost a million patches" produced by Geitel & Co might have been used up. But that still would mean only one printed type for this entire population group!! Which is another reason I am extremely skeptical about such differing styles of "Jude" marked yellow stars being authentic?
Are there any other confirmed manufacturers of the yellow "Jude" star for German Jews?
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