I don' like that front.
skulls by the material they are made, they tend to break, it not bend, as is the case with yours indicating a more modern material
It is my opinion
here some magnificent examples
these are two different skulls in the OP , i like the rear shot in the first picture,looks to be a beat up but original Deschler imho
Mr. HJ is spot on. Something odd is going on here with the original post.
The persons who post in this space are obligated to explain clearly the educational point of their post or use their question in a constructive way.
I already have alerted the authorities here that this first post by Waraca or Quaraco or whatever appears to me, at least, to be an attempt to deceive.
We do not need such a thing here at all.
SS cap insignia attract a lot of mayhem, and we do not need it here.
Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 08-02-2014 at 09:01 PM.
The original person insults our intelligence with the reverse of the badge, with the eyes poked through, and the obverse with the eyes filled with metal.
How dumb does this person think we really are?
Off with his head.
In the same vein, "....please tell me what the man had for lunch who made this badge on 3 November 1937 in Munich, and what color were his daughter's eyes?" Badge picture courtesy of Telesmanich; Donnerbalkon picture courtesy of Butschek; picture of Brotzeit courtesy of me; vimmin picture courtesy of
thats quite misleading in my opinion as a cupal copper/alloy skull i am sure would bend before it broke, so would a full alloy skull or eagle, i would bet this cupal bends REAL easy! i wont try it , on your skull that looks more like a corrosion line where its rotted away or oxidized worse here in this part, when in the soil
a convex / bent eagle