Thank you for your assessments Gentlemen
"In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem
Maybe a later price list from that of 1940 was organized very differently.
The Beaver book has an image of such a later list, but it is not clear, i.e. the item numbers.....
Someone else can help out here...
I am very reserved about this button pack.
Certain group in Germany has always new ideas to run something new.
A certain constellation speaks for it.
As said I cannot tell for sure but my instinct is often telling me the truth.
Why we dont see then a printed bag in decades for other Kleiderkasse articles, and now for those view buttons?
Save print and put them in a unprinted paper bag.
"The Beaver book has an image of such a later list, but it is not clear"
If you could reference the page number in the Beaver volumes I would be more than happy to see if I have the list in my files.
Thank you for the page number, I do have the SD list somewhere. I will have to do a search as it is a little outside the time frame I am really interested in and all my post 1939 files are in a bit of shambles I'm afraid.
Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 01-04-2015 at 04:44 PM.
I'm torn about this one too ;
What I do like is the use here of the word " Normalösen ' .
What faking schmuck could ever come up with using that word ?
Maybe there were packages with different types of eyelets , e.g. for Ledermantel ..?!
Packages with more buttons for overcoats , the list shows special Mantelknöpfe ..?!
In defense I would also like to consider that this member ( Dedman at WAF ) has brought up some amazing finds
before - and I do not recall a single scam from him sofar . The other items from this very single post are indeed superb .