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SS TV cufftittles opinions please...

Article about: Gentlemen, need your opinion about this kind of SS TV cufftittles please... Have my own opinion, but not enough knowledge to be sure... Please, thought will be welcome... thank you P. 1. SS

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    Very nice I love these.
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  3. #22


    Thank you very much for all the interesting Inputs gentlemen!

  4. #23


    Greetings. Its always nice to see original and rare items, but as much as I like them, the bullion embroidery in cuff titles never reaches the artistic heights as in numbered Allgemeine collar tabs which are woven like a perfect spider web.

  5. #24


    Quote by d'alquen View Post
    There is no difference, the cuffband for SS-Oberabschnitt Elbe and SS-Wachverbaende Lichtenburg are one and the same. Both wore the same 'Elbe' inscription.
    But of course, they are priced as a "SS-TV - Wachverbaende Lichtenburg"

    Thanks again for all the info !

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    This photo has been posted here before.
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    Thanks for sharing some nice items.

    Thanks to Mr. d'alquen and F-B for their input.

  7. #26


    Thanks to you, Mr. JHAM. I must confess that much of this baffles me.
    damit, basta.

  8. #27


    Interesting to see a genuine example. Sammellager-Lichtenberg had many notable staff, including Theodor Eicke, Karl Koch, Arthur Liebehenschel, Max Koegel, Egon Zill and Maria Mandl.
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    Thank you for posting the photograph jHam. It illustrates the quandary well. It is impossible to tell from the title alone what element the man is assigned to. I suspect from the Race and Settlement diamond that the man in this case is assigned to the SS-Oberabschnitt Elbe.

  10. #29


    If you are still perplexed than I wonder what hope the rest of us have. As always I am grateful for your participation here.

    Mr. d'alquen
    I also think the RuSHA diamond likely indicates a member on the staff of SS-Oberabschnitt Elbe. Below is another photo to ponder. Thank you as well. I look forward to your posts.

    What a fine fraternity we have here.
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    Red face

    Great period pics !
    Thank you !

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