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16 hours ago, Odulf said:

New arrival: TeNo Gruppe Luftwaffe (wearing the Luftwaffe Fliegerbluse and Lw side cap with Lw eagle and Lw belt buckle), dated 1941, left a TeNo-Scharführer and right a TeNo-Vormann.

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Nice photo.:)

Here is a TeNo Luftwaffe portrait from my collection.

Cheers,

Larry

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On 8.2.2015 at 15:02, Odulf said:

HahahHaha, yes that is the present typical pose for a photographer.

But the device looks like an exposure or light meter.

Hi,

the guy opposite the one with a light meter has a small mechanical film camera. Note the crank on the side to wind up the spring mechanism that allows for about 15m of film to run through in one go.

GreyC

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12 hours ago, nesredep said:

Odulf and Larry!

 

                          Stunning Photos !

Thank you very much.:)

Here is a TeNo Vormann wedding portrait. He wears the AD (Allgemeiner Dienst) patch on his left sleeve.

Cheers,

Larry

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Hello,

     I was given a large lot of German WWII items from the estate of a friend of mine , lots of good items and some that I question . Please let me know what you think of this Arm band . It passes the UV light test and the burn test . It a printed version and not a Bevo type arm band . All comments are welcome as I collect more kriegsmarine items than this field .

 

best regards

   Joetauchretter 

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I'd feel comfortable with it in my collection. You've done good basic testing for that time frame.

Plus, the material weave is consistent with similar ones in my collection. Usually the fabric is Linen, but it can also rarely be Cotton.

You can also compare the stamp with other examples.

nice find !   dblmed / Dave

 

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to me looks period and matches my stuff, point to note those ink stamps are always used to enhance an item so one must look carefully at them see no problem in yours.

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Been awhile here is an update of my small collection of TENO through the glass, if you compare to same pics long ago on here there are a few new pieces but hard to find Hello DAVE

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