I moved your thread here, more chance for you to get accurate comments.
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looks ok to me...but I'm not a master as the other members..
I'm curious what all others will say...
From the photos you have posted It looks to be an original.
Not the best pics but it does have correct D RZM for a wool kampfbinde but I have seen very good repos of this but they did not have a tag. Bob Coleman or Ade would be the word on this one IMO.
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Looks good to me but I'm certainly no pro. Having a tag is always a good sign but there have been some repo tags. Still, looks pretty good from my end.
Correct D code RZM tag for a wool kampfbinde. Nice period original band and tag.
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Nice original-looks unissued.
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No concerns with this one yorksman, a nice example in beautiful condition.
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Thank you all for your comments on my armband, as you know better than me a lot of this German stuff is a nightmare. By the way this is a great site. Cheers all