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Rubber Stamp....identity needed?

Article about: This is a rubber stamp that came out of a trusted collection of German trinkets....I would love to know more about it's use and authenticity, if possible.....Thank You.

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    This is a rubber stamp that came out of a trusted collection of German trinkets....I would love to know more about it's use and authenticity, if possible.....Thank You.Click image for larger version. 

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    It's apparently from the "Foreign Office of the German Reich"...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Do you happen to know the duty assigned to that office?......Thanks, Frank

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    I've owned several period stamps such as these over the years. This one has a genuine form, looks good.
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    The Foreign Office is the same as the Foreign Ministry, dealing with foreign affairs...
    cheers, Glenn

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    nice to see an original one.

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    Frank: The Auswärtiges Amt (Foreign Office) was headed by Joachim von Ribbentrop 1938-1945 and was responsible for Germany's foreign policies, Embassies, Consulates and all diplomatic services. The high point of the Auswärtiges Amt's diplomatic accomplishments was the 1940 Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact. The specific use for your Stempel is something I can't say other than it was used to stamp official Foreign Office documents, but the number at the bottom of the stamp probably offers a clue about that particular stamp. Below is a photograph of von Ribbentrop (Bundesarchive photo 183-H04810). Dwight
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    Nice & it also has the makers metal tag on the handle.

    Horst
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    Thanks Dwight for the informative input, I'm sure this will end up in someones deserving collection....Frank Davis

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