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Stamper/ seal (unsure of meaning as well as authenticity)

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    Default Stamper/ seal (unsure of meaning as well as authenticity)

    Hi Guys,
    just want some information more than anything on what this stamper is for/ what is the organization it was from. A translation would be great although i know its very hard to see, unfortunately these are the only photos i can get for now its a very similar (almost identical) in design, handle wise, to some of the other genuine rubber stampers i have so I'm leaning towards it being authentic, plus the correct font of the actual stamper, however it just looks a bit new.
    let us know what you think
    Cheers
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    It's a seal stamp from the NS-RKB.

    The text in the outer ring says:
    Nationalsozialistischer Reichskriegerbund (Kyffhäuserbund) e.V. ["e.V." = "eingetragener Verein"]
    [National Socialist Reichs Veterans' League (Kyffhäuserbund), registered association]

    The text in the inner ring says:
    Kreiskriegerverband Rottweil a. N. ["a.N." = "am Neckar"]
    [District Veteran's League Rottweil-by-the-Neckar]

    The text at the base says:
    Kriegerkameradschaft Rotenzimmern
    [Veterans' Local Chapter* Rotenzimmern**]

    *"Kriegerkameradschaft" literally translates as "veterans' fellowship" or "veterans' comradeship". Within the NS-RKB structure, it was the designation for a local-level group. It should be noted, though, that this traditional term was used both long before and after the Third Reich era; many local veterans' associations still use it in their name.

    **) Part of the municipality of Dietingen, Rotenzimmern is a village in Baden-Württemberg. See:
    Gemeinde Dietingen: Rotenzimmern

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    Awesome information, thanks mate !!

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