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    hi

    i belief you the reaction above is just a prank
    exept the laptop thing

    but i have bought this set because when i find a real set i want to compare them whats bad and whats good

    many thanks to you all again

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    hello, this reply is to Anders S. can you substantiate your quote " original skulls were never marked " SS " " just wondered that's all , not being an expert in this field, thanks

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    There are no (second patterned) skulls which are marked with the letters "SS" made during the period. If you find a skull, marked with these letters it's a post war fake. (Regarding the first patterned skulls, I haven't got a clue).

    Best,
    Anders

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    hello, this reply is to Anders S. can you substantiate your quote " original skulls were never marked " SS " " just wondered that's all , not being an expert in this field, thanks

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    The list below (I believe) is a current list of all the good metal visor skull markings and their makers where they have been identified. Perhaps someone would like to add something. Please do use it as an initial checklist only.

    Unmarked - Deschler & Sohn
    GES.GESCH. - Deschler & Sohn
    RZM D.&S.M. GES.GESCH. - Deschler & Sohn (RZM STAMPED ON BACK LOWER LEFT JAW)
    RZM 52 - Deschler & Sohn
    RZM M1/52 - Deschler & Sohn
    RZM 254/42 - Deschler & Sohn
    RZM 499/41 - Fritz Zimmermann
    RZM M1/24 - Overhoff & Cie.
    GES.GESCH. - E. W. Assmann & Söhne
    Unmarked - E. W. Assmann & Söhne
    RZM M1/17 - E. W. Assmann & Söhne (unconfirmed)
    S.P.40 - Unknown possibly Overhoff & Cie.

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    hi guys

    thanks for the info again
    i recieved the set today and was wondering if you would like to see better pics i have a better camera then the guys has from who i bought it from
    and exually i`m pritty happy whit it but not for completing a cap or something just a study material

    the eagle is made out of aluminium [can bent it]
    and the skull is made out of zink ? i think

    let me know

    cheers

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