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    Hello All, I don't run across these types of things so I thought I would share a few pics and hopefully learn a little about these type of items.
    Regards, Geoff
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    Going by my basic German, I'm sure it's a driving licence
    Regards
    Paul

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    Yep, it is a civilian driving licence.

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    I’m reading his name as Joseph Gustav Langenstück, and his DOB as 6th of June 1896.
    Last edited by Willmore; 02-20-2021 at 08:10 PM.

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    Thank you Willmore, the pages were separated at some point would they have originally been bound together like a modern day passport or booklet or were they in a type of slip cover as loose documents I am not even sure if the set is complete and belong to the same person??

    Regards, G.

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    Hi Geoff.

    The ones I’ve seen are normally a single piece of card or reinforced cloth (I think) that is folded in the middle, sort of like a birthday or Christmas card. So there is the front cover, two inside pages and a back cover.

    I’d say it is ok and complete, because it has his name on three of the four pages. It’s just written differently. I think the name under the photo is his signature.

    I hope I have explained it ok...

    The photo below shows a front/back and inside view.

    Source - Seit 1913 | Fahrschule Baroli
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    Thank you very much! I really like the photographs! Reminiscent of the Old West in the U.S.A.! If anyone has one these it would be fun to see. I would assume you would be quite well off, or the person you worked for would be... The 1930 Model A Roadster sold for approximately $570.00 U.S. at the time!
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