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Allgemeine SS Collar Tabs

Article about: These are the ones my grandfather brought home from Bayern...I've never been a big SS collector; One of them has RZM tag remnants. Are these considered desirable? I appreciate any input, Gle

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    No more feed back ? They look good to me but I've been wrong before ! Or did they get snapped up in private message land ?
    Hope they turn out to be original , what's your main area of collecting ? I'll look through my junk too see what I've got for you .
    Cheers Chris

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    Thanks for your response; I've been looking for a pair to compare them with as far as value is concerned, but haven't found a matching pair such as this yet...a ballpark figure would be nice...I collect WH, HeimatFront, Badges/orders, documents, helmets...whatever strikes my fancy at the time...Oh, yes they are indeed authentic GI bringback (family)...

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    If they are real i'll take them! Keep me in mind. =)

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    Samir

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    They would be hard to price , have you tried The Collectors Guild ,they deal in some high end SS items , send them a photo and see what they offer , then shop that price around for trades etc . It a hard market to read , they don't have the flashiness of a Toktenkoft or sigg runes , but still a very nice set . Good luck with them and keep us posted
    Cheers

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    damit, basta.

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    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    Any idea as to an approximate value in case I wish to sell or trade them? I am very grateful for your input and the incredible photographs...Cheers, Glenn
    I know this is a old thread but as for value, I paid just under 600 dollars for these which I feel is consistent with market value.
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    In my opinion, your examples are a nice original set and one I wouldn't mind owning, actually.
    I also like the history and origin of your tab. My Great Grandmother on my Mothers side was born and raised in Augsburg.

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    damit, basta.

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    Pardon my curiosity Friedrich..as i had just noticed this..and had not paid attention to it before...what is the significance of the blank cuff title? was this for the Fuhrers staff? Regards Larry
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    Quote by Larry C View Post
    Pardon my curiosity Friedrich..as i had just noticed this..and had not paid attention to it before...what is the significance of the blank cuff title? was this for the Fuhrers staff? Regards Larry
    This is a SIPO/SD uniform without the SD Raute. That is, it is of a person in a regional branch of the Sicherheitspolizei.
    It came from an old collection. And it came with the overcoat, which I did not get, and with a police uniform with the SS runes on the breast.
    I have a picture of the police uniform somewhere. I got only the tunic. I know where the overcoat is, but it is in hands of a disagreeable collector.
    damit, basta.

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Size:  31.3 KBHere is the ensemble offered to me early in the last decade from a prominent old collector, who had died and his heirs sold off his things. I bought the tunic solely. By today's standards it was cheap. There were many more good black tunics around fifteen years ago than today.
    damit, basta.

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