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    Hi guys,

    If any of you can tell me what it is for an object.

    The black part is made of horse hair in the colors white and red probably is this cord to? Above the horsehair is tied together and concludes with the bell. It seems as though it would be designed for hanging. What it was used and how is a good piece? Length of the horse hair about 60 cm. Its from WW2 or WW1 ?
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    They're side tassels for a Schellenbaum. Since the tradition that started long before continued long after the war, I do not think it would be possible to positively date the pieces unless you can find some id traits- stamp, makers mark or similar.

    cheers

    Matt
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]Gau Ehrenzeichen Collector

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