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    some off my german arm bands
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    I do not like the printed HJ armband.

    The deathsheads insignia is not an armband. Dubious at best.

    The rest are fine. The anotated item is some kind pennant/patriotic item.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Ade, whats jumping out at you about the HJ printed band? i've seen these before, somewhere along my travels.

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    thanks ade

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    Hi, first off, they were non regulation. Plus the diamentions compaired with a regulation RZM pattern armband are very different. In the late 1960's / early 1970's cheap printed armband really hit the market. For me, this kills it.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Hi, first off, they were non regulation. Plus the diamentions compaired with a regulation RZM pattern armband are very different. In the late 1960's / early 1970's cheap printed armband really hit the market. For me, this kills it.

    Cheers, Ade.
    understandable. satisfied my curiosity, thank you!

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    I agree with Ade regarding the printed H J piece. There have been discussions in the past regarding these as to their use in period. I personally doubt they are original to the period. Printed pieces are easy to fake.
    As to the first piece, is it really an armband? If so, it is definitely a fantasy item. It appears to be a mine field flag.
    BOB

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