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How early is this SS collar tab?

Article about: I just purchased this Algemine SS collar tab, and was wondering how early it was. It has white and black braiding around it. The numbers are bullion, but the string is not. I was hoping some

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    Only if Dave Delich adopts you .

    Thanks as always Friedrich for sharing , and caring

    Cheers Chris

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    Only if Dave Delich adopts you .

    Thanks as always Friedrich for sharing , and caring
    Thanks, dear colleague, for your fine citizenship.

    The Delich collection is a monument to the discipline and who can say at all what the future posture of these things might well be...?

    To read the others, the material is already less than worthless.
    damit, basta.

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    and do note, I included orders solely from one period of time, neither from the epoch prior to October 1934, nor the epoch thereafter....
    damit, basta.

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    damit, basta.

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    As with all thing , It's worth what someone is willing to pay .

    And it seems the SS is the Gucci of military collectables , always in demand , and in short supply .

    Thanks again
    Cheers Chris

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    As with all thing , It's worth what someone is willing to pay .

    And it seems the SS is the Gucci of military collectables , always in demand , and in short supply .

    Thanks again
    Thank you. While I have spent a lot of money on these things, I regard them as of value as evidence of a truth that must be relearned by this generation:
    the perils of human madness with death cults, the appeal of violence to too many, and the capacity of human collective delusion in the grip of myths, legends,
    and lunacy as the by products of social and political decay and upheaval. For these reasons, these things have exceptional value to remind us that actual people broke the bonds
    of traditional ethical behavior in the brutal search for scape goats and to justify mass murder.
    damit, basta.

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    Thank you F-B. How lucky we are to have such a gifted teacher. Where this information is usually hoarded and kept locked away, here it is given freely. For that I am grateful. By the way is there any chance for us mere mortals to get a glimpse at Mr. Delich's new pile of cuffbands?
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    Collar tabs and cufftitles best wishes.

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    Thanks for the above kind words. I will re ask the master for some images of his new things.
    damit, basta.

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    Dave Delich says this about the first collar patch.

    "I agree with you -- the black and white piping utilized on this tab is
    made up for use on this tab. It is made of incorrect materials, is not
    of the proper construction, and is not twined. It does not hurt the value
    of the tab whatsoever. I also agree hertily of the era you mention of its
    issue..."
    damit, basta.

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ID:	1009059The item as it appeared at Hermann Historica some time ago.
    damit, basta.

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