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unidentified SS patch

Article about: hi I just bought this for 100\\$ at a local antique store (the same one where in the past i have bought an iron cross second class which i think went to te same guy as this, a war merit third

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    hi I just bought this for 100$ at a local antique store (the same one where in the past i have bought an iron cross second class which i think went to te same guy as this, a war merit third class medal,and an m40 stahlhelm with decal on it) and the store claimed it was a collar patch for an SS automatic weapon company but doing my research im not sure, any help would be great thanks!
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    Odd the tag is direct on the fabric? I have also never seen this style before other than the Dirlewanger Collar Tabs so it is new to me.

    Eric
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    The patch is a trade badge for an SS armourer.Hard to tell if it is original from the picture provided, if it is you got it for a good price.

    It's not a rare badge as they do turn up but I have only ever seen 1 picture of the badge being worn.

    Hope this helps, meantime.

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    It's a ss nco armourer trade sleeve diamond. Looks to be original. Rarely encountered with the rzm tag, so if this tag is endeed correct to this patch, you got a great deal. If its not, a hundred is fair/common price IMHO. Does anyone know if F would be correct for this patch?

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    Thank you Bochman I have found it now with your help.
    I just do not see the SS RZM approved style backing and quality I would expect.
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    The style looks correct to me.

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    After futher research I found one I knew had its rzm tag. It's on oakleafs site. F is correct, very, very nice. His is for sale for 500 usd. You got a great price my friend, congrats!!

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    I think an "F" RZM tag would be way too exalted for the amount of work involved in this badge which gives me a reason to question it's authenticity.

    However, I'll stick with my previous statement re the pics provided.

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    Quote by Bochmann View Post
    I think an "F" RZM tag would be way too exalted for the amount of work involved in this badge which gives me a reason to question it's authenticity.

    However, I'll stick with my previous statement re the pics provided.
    That's what I though and why I asked. However, after seeing two examples with F, I know believe F to be correct.

    With the pictures provided, I can't tell if it is officer or nco. That would add or take away from value of course.

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    Well, I guess that it would be good if Richtofen would tell us if it is thread or wire as that will have a direct bearing on the value/rarity of the item posted.

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