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  1. Another photo for your impressive collection.🙂 Cheers, Larry
  2. Thank you Morten, much appreciated.🙂 Cheers, Larry
  3. Very nice insignia. Thanks for showing us. Cheers, Larry
  4. Marineergänzungsabteilung 1 or 2 portrait. Cheers, Larry
  5. Hi Morten, Nice cap tally photo. 🙂 Cheers, Larry
  6. Hi Paul, I have several Strassenbahn photos in my collection and all show different variations of uniforms. I don't know whether there was any standardization of uniforms or whether each district/city used their own version. The trams conductor in my photo wears the Wien Strassenbahn emblem on his cap. The person in the original post wears a similar type of badge. He wears all his gear for the photo including a lamp with white and possibly red lenses. In his left hand he holds a whistle. My best guess is that he is some kind of guard. Which organization he was part of is unknown to me. Cheers, Larry
  7. I have a photo showing a badge that is similar. Not the same but shape is similar. it is on the cap of a tram (strassenbahn) conductor The photo was taken in Wien (Vienna). Cheers, Larry
  8. Hi Morten, Nice portrait. I see he still wears the pre-1940 Fla. Maschinenwaffenschutze patch on his lower left sleeve. Cheers, Larry
  9. Hi Morten, Congratulations. It's always nice to find pre-1940 patches in wear photos. Here is another from a recent purchase. Cheers, Larry
  10. Nice photo Morten. See how he has sewn the Steuermann patch right on top of his Obergefreiter chevrons. Cheers, Larry
  11. Thanks Morten for the nice words. Cheers, Larry
  12. Nice photo Morten. Here is a private photo of Generaloberst Eduard Dietl. Cheers, Larry
  13. L - R: Luftwaffe Hauptmann, civilian, SA TruppfĂĽhrer portrait. Cheers, Larry