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Allgemeine SS uniforms with 2 shoulder boards?

Article about: Hallo guys, I am waiting for pictures form a seller that has an Allgemeine SS uniform for sale. My problem with it: it has 2 shoulder boards. Were these even made ????? (ill post pictures as

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    Thank you as always HPL for the translation. I am always forced to go back into my files and replace my clunky translations with your elegant, fluid translations.

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ID:	837382This item did appear, and it is very pleasing. It is not mine, though I would well buy it if I had the chance. Dr. Boehmer of Wiesbaden, yet another of the highly educated who streamed into the SS, but who made his shoulder board out of collar cord...or his tailor, did...
    Do also down load the picture of the cuff title, as it is very rare. This is a 1934-1935 uniform of very nice quality.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by d'alquen View Post
    Thank you as always HPL for the translation. I am always forced to go back into my files and replace my clunky translations with your elegant, fluid translations.
    We are all very blessed with Andreas' skill as a linguist in combination with your wonderful decades of research and your marvelous files.

    We should all write a book. Or someone should take all these posts and make a book out of it.....
    damit, basta.

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ID:	837407More things that turn up and deserve attention for those who are bored out of their mind with threads about fake "sculls" and other dross. These are not mine. I already have ones like this, but always take pleasure in real things versus the common fake
    and the idiot threads that suffocate with them.
    damit, basta.

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    damit, basta.

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    This image also appeared elsewhere. Thanks again to the pillars of our community F-B, HPL2008, d'alquen, Mr. Coleman, Wim and of course Ade.

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    Well done. Bravo.
    damit, basta.

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    In perusing the thread I just noticed the comment the lack of a cavalry diamond on the picture of the contestant from the Hauptreitschule Muenchen posted by Wim in post 54. That is the correct configuration. In 1935 the wearing of a specialist diamond was discontinued if the specialist insignia was worn on the collar patch. Unfortunately the collar patch of the other rider is not visible.

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    Quote by d'alquen View Post
    In perusing the thread I just noticed the comment the lack of a cavalry diamond on the picture of the contestant from the Hauptreitschule Muenchen posted by Wim in post 54. That is the correct configuration. In 1935 the wearing of a specialist diamond was discontinued if the specialist insignia was worn on the collar patch. Unfortunately the collar patch of the other rider is not visible.
    Thanks for the additional information. As the Hauptreitschule was only founded in 1937, the absence of the sleeve diamond is instantly explained.

    I wonder when the other photo (of that gentleman with what may well be horse drool on his shoulder) was taken.
    The wearing of the other ranks' white collar patch piping, the cuff title's "handwritten-style" script and the wear of the early Deutsches Reiter- und Fahrer-Abzeichen (which was only awarded from 1926 to 1929 and replaced by the separate riders' and drivers' badges in 1930) would tempt me to date it to no later than 1934... were it not for the pattern of his cap eagle, which surely came about only in 1936.
    Last edited by HPL2008; 05-11-2015 at 11:00 PM.

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    Quote by d'alquen View Post
    In perusing the thread I just noticed the comment the lack of a cavalry diamond on the picture of the contestant from the Hauptreitschule Muenchen posted by Wim in post 54. That is the correct configuration. In 1935 the wearing of a specialist diamond was discontinued if the specialist insignia was worn on the collar patch. Unfortunately the collar patch of the other rider is not visible.
    Thanks. Then I am doubly pleased that the rhombus endures on this Montur upon which I stumbled a couple of years ago.

    Thank you for all your fine research and careful erudition.
    damit, basta.

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