Maybe this officer had the cuff title specially made for his overcoat, since so many others don't have it....
The RZM circulars complain about people having their own insignia made contrary to the rules and such.
Mr. D'Alquen showed us on this Dec '35 inspection how the LAH quartermaster had a room of uniform textiles on hand, which speaks to some organic to the regiment tailoring
and supply. The unit chronicle makes very oblique references to this fact.
That is a level of analysis beyond my pay grade.
I mentioned this aspect of the question a couple of years ago when this thread first eventuated.
I have been in correspondence with David Delich, but his computer kicked the bucket and he lost many of his photo resources.
At some point, Mr. d'Alquen might look at all of this again, as he has a very complete and subtle grasp of the photo record as well as the extant documents.
That the much cited work of the ex Army officer is full of errors is by now general knowledge.
We all make errors, of course, but it is the slavish repetition of such errors by lazy people that constitutes a real hindrance to knowledge.