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Article about: Hey there, I am very interested in the Reichsarbeitsdienst and would love to see what you have in your collection. Feel free to post anything what has to do with the RAD The Photo is my tiny

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    Hey there,

    I am very interested in the Reichsarbeitsdienst and would love to see what you have in your collection. Feel free to post anything what has to do with the RAD






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    Welcome to the forum Nicholas.

    I think our members GWAR and Rossi have pretty much cornered the market in RAD paraphernalia....LoL

    I'm sure they will be around shortly.
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

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    Welcome! This is my RAD buckle.

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    A Very lovely Buckle! Aluminium?

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    Welcome Nicolas to a great forum with some awesome collector members. Here are my RAD Items per your request. I hope you enjoy the pursuit of Reichsarbeitdienst items as much as I have. It to me is one of the more well designed, affordable and appealing categories to collect in Third Reich Militaria. This forum is great for knowledge, friendship & valuable resources far beyond what I can offer. I have been collecting for 30+ years but only a member here for 2 years and have been blessed by many brothers in the hobby for certain. Humbled to be a very small part of it.

    Cheers!

    Rossi
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    Wow! This is really outstanding. I don't know where to begin. I can only congratulate you for this Collection.


    Which Items would you recommend getting first when starting with RAD collecting?


    Nicolas

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    Wow! This is really outstanding. I don't know where to begin. I can only congratulate you for this Collection.


    Which Items would you recommend getting first when starting with RAD collecting?


    Nicolas
    Well that is a big question....It is really what makes you tick. I am all over the board in my diversity and each collector has their sweet spot or spots. I like it all. Daggers, swords, buckles, firearms, albums, armbands, field gear, headgear, tinnies and medals. With that said budget & what you are trying to accomplish might dictate what you go after. I like displays & groupings but have been all over the board for years. It has only been over the past few years I have tried to complete certain categories. Not enough money or air in the lungs to get it all but the thrill of the hunt, research and study is the fun for me. Not sure that helps.

    So here is my answer: Find a nice marked belt & buckle. Then add the Hewer and hanger. The hewer for the EM is a beast and one of my favorite Dress Pieces along with the TENO hewer. So I hope that helps. GWAR and so many others will lend their opinions and what their passion is. The positive thing and best thing I can recommend is to "START". Also...It is an addiction that has no medicine I love MCD (Militaria Collecting Disorder) I have it bad and hope my bride never finds a cure.


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    A Very lovely Buckle! Aluminium?
    Thank you Yes it is.
    Btw, I think that we have the same kind of cabbinett and little holders for medals!

    Haha and you certainly got something to look at from Rossi.

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    Thank you Yes it is.
    Btw, I think that we have the same kind of cabbinett and little holders for medals!

    Haha and you certainly got something to look at from Rossi.

    "Be careful for what you wish for you just might get it"
    The cabinet is the Detolf from IKEA . A shame that the holders are not wooden. Yes Roosi has a lot of Items. And good pictures.

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    Quote by Rossi View Post
    Well that is a big question....It is really what makes you tick. I am all over the board in my diversity and each collector has their sweet spot or spots. I like it all. Daggers, swords, buckles, albums, armbands, field gear, headgear, tinnies and medals. With that said budget & what you are trying to accomplish might dictate what you go after. I like displays & groupings but have been all over the board for years. It has only been over the past few years I have tried to complete certain categories. Not enough money or air in the lungs to get it all but the thrill of the hunt, research and study is the fun for me. Not sure that helps.

    So here is my answer: Find a nice marked belt & buckle. Then add the Hewer and hanger. The hewer for the EM is a beast and one of my favorite Dress Pieces along with the TENO hewer. So I hope that helps. GWAR and so many others will lend their opinions and what their passion is. The positive thing and best thing I can recommend is to "START". Also...It is an addiction that has no medicine I love MCD (Militaria Collecting Disorder) I have it bad and hope my bride never finds a cure.
    Thank you for your advices. I think I have MCD. Just cant focuse on one topic😂 The idea with the belt is great. Could you post a picture of a hewer and Hänger please?

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