Then best wishes to the proud owner or owners. We are grateful for the chance to examine real material, since there is so much of its opposite out there. Our goal: education, enlightenment, and further perfection of one's skill to understand the past. All of these images were posted on public sites and deserve a wider audience here. None was proffered to me at least in confidence or under discreet circumstances. I am sure the owners are happy that their material draws so much respect and admiration. Surely that is why they posted the things in the first place, no?
Might we please know where to find your website?
Of course, my pleasure!:
I will be continually adding content as time permits.
Thank you. Very nice material presented well. Best wishes for your work.
Even though these have been seen a gazillion times, I'll add them to the thread.
Two white piped and another one of those crazy contraversial color piped ones.
It's nice to see Friedrich-Berthold over here contributing again.....
Dear Sir, thanks for the kind words and the attached images. We have seen them before, but they reward a second and third look. Others surely have not seen them and they will profit from it.
You seem to have snagged the piece from Whamond with the price tag. It has a twin in the Pacific Northwest of N. America. Congratulations.
The grey SS caps that endure are concentrated in a few clumps, it seems, and our goal is knowledge and reflection.
the Jager SS Schirmmutze is incredible...
Tonys has a superb ss collection ....
Here my 2 examples