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Ss tk - Sturmbann V "Brandenburg"

Article about: Dimas, If I understood you comment correctly, then, Yes, it did exist, as there is a famous picture of Michael Lippert sitting next to Eicke and he is wearing the Roman V tab. Picture shown

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    Thanks for the info Dimas !

    An Idee of the everage value of such a tunic without insignia ?

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    I have no idea, I did not seen them for sale. even a later type m 35 Dienstbluse( known as m 37, but is a mistake IMHO, due I had similar 36 dated) is currently for sale at the ssbw Peter's site, and is Feldgrau, not a Erdebraun.
    The construction looks fine to me, and I think it is a original, due the propers details is recognizible, even from that quality pictures
    But again- never buy items with a bad quality pictures.
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Thanks Dimas,

    Could have a "in hand" examination, the owner does'nt live far from me, but think even if I have it in hand...
    It's the first one... no comparison... But if I tell him the insignia are "bad"... Don't think he will sold the tunic without insignia.

    Are the collars tabs "Pakistani" fakes ?

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    No, it looks like a original thread used, and most probably mid 70's Eurofakes from Austria, but anyway different from original
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    If possible... could you post an original SS-TK tab (front and back) so we can compare the embroidery et shape of the skull ( think needs no more comments )

    will put the the "tabs" side by side...

    Thank you very much !

    P.

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    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    ** Indeed !
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    A few.

    Bob Hritz
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    Pascal,

    Here are two original Skull tabs with Roman Numerals from my collection to compare to. I will not show the reverse sides. The Roman V tab pictured on the tunic you posted is definately a reproduction. As Dimas stated, I too know of no original bullion Roman V tab in a collection anywhere. Not that there isn't one out there, just haven't seen or heard of one. I do know where there is a bullion Roman III and VI in one collection, but it is buried and will probably not see the "light of day" for a long time. Regards, GrantClick image for larger version. 

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    I do not think V is exists, due the Dietrich Eckhardt Standarte was established after the regulations which are disbanded the use of numbered tabs.
    Roman digits on the tabs, then letters on the shoulderstraps.
    Unfortunately today impossible to find any information about that, just a information from the period pictures
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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