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Article about: Nice Armaband and tinnies, congats. Maybe I was wrong when I said the A stood for Abzeichen. In the RZM manufacturing-regulations page 17 from 1938 (section Ausrüstung) it was mentioned: red

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    Nice Armaband and tinnies, congats.

    Maybe I was wrong when I said the A stood for Abzeichen. In the RZM manufacturing-regulations page 17 from 1938 (section Ausrüstung) it was mentioned: red print is for HJ (blue for political leaders and SA).
    Further it was said as:
    the value for a single tag is indicated by the printed letter, for example
    A = 1/2 Pfennig; B = 1 Pfennig; C = 2 pfennig; D = 3 Pfennig; E - 4 Pfennig; F = 5 Pfennig etc. (up through P for 50 Pfennig).
    Attached the label of constructor A4/308, made in Coburg City.
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    thats a nice display al

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