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Article about: Hello all, I received a very good tip to put these pictures in this thread to ask you all about the origin (original?) of this Totenschaedel. The belt is always rubbing on the lower side of

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    Hello all,
    I received a very good tip to put these pictures in this thread to ask you all about the origin (original?) of this Totenschaedel. The belt is always rubbing on the lower side of the Totenschaedel, as soon as you pull it down it goes over it again. All information is more then welcome and mostly appreciated ...

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    My second cap has this Totenschaedel and Hoheitszeichen ... maybe someone can provide me news on this too ...

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    the thread on the caps is here

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    First skull ist 100% fake.
    Second could be orginal.
    First pattern adler looks fake and repainted but in this case im not a,,expert,, and I could be wrong
    Second pattern adler looks like dug but im not 100%sure

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    thanks for the reply - what's "dug"?

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    The badge on your Sonderanfertigung cap I thought to be fake is fake, but all the other badges are fine.
    damit, basta.

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    damit, basta.

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    The Danziger Totenschaedel is found in many subtle and interesting variations.....
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by eddyvds View Post
    thanks for the reply - what's "dug"?
    dug= relic found in the ground by persons who search for such things, but not by me.....
    damit, basta.

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    The "smiling face" is my absolute favorite of the jawless configuration FB, I always love seeing this one.

    There is a good article on these variations in an upcoming French militaria magazine with many items from the collection of my close friend Tony Schnurr. He was kind enough to share with me a copy of the upcoming article.


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    Very nice cap. Do please sell it to me when you get tired of it.
    damit, basta.

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    Your name is firmly etched into this one sir.

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