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John Pepera SS headwear at Hermann Historica

Article about: by Arran My friend in town here owns Ludke's black and white tunics (also by Stechbarth), so I hope he gets the tuxedo to re-unite the group! Did Jim get it Arran? That is still some of the

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    Nice pieces and nice 394/35 eagles.
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    John Pepera SS headwear at Hermann HistoricaJohn Pepera SS headwear at Hermann HistoricaJohn Pepera SS headwear at Hermann HistoricaJohn Pepera SS headwear at Hermann Historica
    Quote by carlsson1982 View Post
    Nice pieces and nice 394/35 eagles.
    A fact which justifies showing such material so that the beginner can orient him or herself without the unneeded confusion that operates most every day.
    damit, basta.

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    My friend in town here owns Ludke's black and white tunics (also by Stechbarth), so I hope he gets the tuxedo to re-unite the group!

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    Viel Sammlerglueck!
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Arran View Post
    Its a great collection, but looking at interior pics for the first time I'd say that the visor and sweatband are not original to the silk top cap...
    I am quite partial to a/that silken

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    will see how the battle goes, for sure I will be in Munich the day.

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    John Pepera SS headwear at Hermann HistoricaJohn Pepera SS headwear at Hermann HistoricaThis cap likely has had its Gehirnbremse switched, i.e. the earlier silver Alugespinst Kordel added from the later alu. Kordel. You see the Pepera treasures ca. 2005 or 2006 on the left, and the Mueller cap with the silver cord apparently from another cap.

    All these caps, however, are quite real.

    This cap is a 1939, Form IV model cap, in which one generally does not find the silver wire cord.

    Such is found in earlier versions, ca. 1932-1934/5.
    damit, basta.

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    John Pepera SS headwear at Hermann Historica See here on left a cap ca. 1934 with the silber chin cord.
    Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 05-10-2014 at 11:17 AM.
    damit, basta.

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    Thank you FB for your informative observation. I did not know John Pepera but I hope his family do well with this auction.

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    Quote by Silberkreuz View Post
    Thank you FB for your informative observation. I did not know John Pepera but I hope his family do well with this auction.
    It is a minor point, and insignificant, other than the endless mischief that happens with these caps.
    It is also very easy to restore to the alu Kordel,
    I did not know him directly, but I also hope that the auction is a success since the material is top rate.
    His edged weapon collection was phenomenal.
    Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 05-10-2014 at 11:18 AM.
    damit, basta.

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