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  1. Thanks for the pics. That would be a nice collection to have.
  2. Thank you for your reply. You may be right it could be a private service. There seems to be a combination of services here with the acorns and green backing pointing to the forestry service and the SB very SA like. I will have to do some more research.
  3. I am trying to identify this shoulder board. I initially thought it was SA but the acorns and green backing have thrown me. Can't find anything on the internet or in my reference books. Can anyone help on this one please. Thanks
  4. Excellent. Thank you both for all your help. That's very interesting.
  5. I picked this badge up at a car boot for £2. It's fairly heavy for its size 28.9 gms and 5x4 cms. Non magnetic accept for pin. There are no markings on it. It is nothing like other Thuring badges I have seen and I am presuming it is a fake . I know little about Gau badges and would appreciate anyones advice.
  6. Thank you for your reply John. I am not disappointed as it cost me nothing, it was amongst my late Uncle's effects which I inherited with some WW1 medals when he died. I am just enjoying the forum immensely. BR Garry
  7. Hi. I am new to the forum and delighted to have found such a wealth of information and interesting posts. I collect mainly WW1 militaria but I have this Spanish Cross KIA which I am sure must be a copy as only 315 were ever issued. However I would be interested in anyone's opinion particulary as to when it might have been made. The weight is 15.1 gms. Thank you.