Shea also has two of them, but at what might be characterized as healthy prices, and Weitze has one or so, but the ones in Hamburg are not in super shape. My ex cap is worn, but it is intact.
FB is absolutely right that the Staführer-Tunic needs a nice and fitting cap, but my wife wants to buy a Audi Q 5. You all know what I have to do. It's not the cap.
Well done and very nice pieces, indeed. And your dear wife should have appropriate transportation and we all support Volkswagen despite the silly California Air Resources Board, but that is another question.
Very nice SS dienstrocks eisenschwein35. Thank you for sharing the photo. Perhaps you can share a few more images of these.
The advent of the black tunic in 1932 or not led to a variety of models, especially until about 1934 or 1935.
Dr. CMH has the pattern documents from ca. 193X.
The variations in these things make them more interesting.
Your schwarzer Rock from Sta. 55 is especially pleasing, considering your reconstruction of its badges.
They are all pleasing, rare, and significant and not very easy to find beyond very, very few places.
That is, to find in an authentic posture.
with us and share their things here so we can all partake of them. Ergo my riposte to the cultural pessimism, neo Malthusian and failure to launch shibboleths
had at other digital sink holes.