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Delich treasures, the third part, varia of singular merit.

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    My senior mentor, David Delich, has enjoyed the wide interest in his collection and encloses for your reflection and erudition these images that show him to be a man of taste in matters beyond the ranks of the SS.
    I ask perhaps that my friend Bob Coleman duplicate this thread in his area, as well.

    These are tolle Sachen, as the Germans call them....Click image for larger version. 

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    damit, basta.

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    Thank you very much for the fantastic pictures.

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    Very educational. The quality of manufacture shines through.

    Many thanks!

    Cheers, Ade.
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    It is no surprise that I would find the author of a post sharing such wonderful treasures to be you, Friedrich-Berthold.

    Stunning items from the collection of David Delich, whom I owe a debt of gratitude for having given opinion on items in my collection through surrogates from time to time (I personally have never had the honour of communicating with him directly but nonetheless his help has been of inestimable value).

    He is a tremendous aid and resource to collectors.

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    It is no surprise that I would find the author of a post sharing such wonderful treasures to be you, Friedrich-Berthold.

    Stunning items from the collection of David Delich, whom I owe a debt of gratitude for having given opinion on items in my collection through surrogates from time to time (I personally have never had the honour of communicating with him directly but nonetheless his help has been of inestimable value).

    He is a tremendous aid and resource to collectors.
    Thanks. Through a twist of fate, David Delich and I are pen pals. His collection is a true wonder. These are remarkable items of great rarity and historical merit.
    damit, basta.

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    What does this emblem signify?

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    these are insignia for the Reich diplomatic corps.

    i am absolutely no expert here, but i believe the various borders (whether of oak leaves or lines) and number of stars (0-4) relate to various pay groups.

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    What does this emblem signify?
    These are pay group insigina of the type worn by diplomats and government officials; the base color is corresponding to the uniform on which they were worn.

    As Tempelhof has stated, the "stars" and the design of the border/wreath identified the pay group. The top one is for personnel of the pay groups B5 and B6; the bottom one is for those of the pay groups B7 through B9.

    These large, elaborate pre-war type insignia were later abolished and replaced by a simpler "stars-only" system where the color, shape and number of the stars worn on the lower sleeve identified the pay group. (= Silver stars with four to five points and gold stars with four to eight points worn in appropriate numbers.)
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    What amazing items. I didn't know of David Delich untill now. Has he written any books? He has some of the most fascinating items I have ever seen.

    Cheers, Pat

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    He has some of the most fascinating items I have ever seen.

    Cheers, Pat

    A milestone in your maturation as a collector. His collection was the image of the shimmering emerald city in the year 1969.
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    damit, basta.

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