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  1. Daniel is right. It belonged to LtGen Gerhard Matzky. I got some pieces of it from the general's son's widow. In the lot, these pins also came. I would like to know if you could help me to identify some and say if any of them are from the war period. But I believe that most are post-war. Some pins I was not able to identify very well such as the pin "R", the iron cross inscribed "G.D.R", the moose and the pin with the inscriptions DSK / VdS. There is a medal from the veterans' association. I didn't find much reference about. There is also a Japanese box with 3 pins that I d
  2. Hello, very thanks for the tips and clarifications !!! Are you sure that the last ribon is the Romanian Order of the Crown? I searched for it on the internet and its tape is only in shades of blue Of course I will post a photo of all the ribbons.
  3. Hello gentlemen, I have some ribbons taken from a post-1957 German uniform. I would like to count on your help to discover which are the last 3 ribons of this set. Thanks
  4. Hello gentlemen, I found these star-shaped pins in this Japanese box. And I have not yet been able to identify exactly what it is and whether it is common or not. Any help would be welcome
  5. Hello gentlemen, I acquired a set of pins from a German veteran of the first and second war. I managed to identify the majority. But I don't have much knowledge to give them a date. Could you help me? Some pins I was not able to identify very well such as the pin "R", the iron cross inscribed "G.D.R", the moose and the pin with the inscriptions DSK / VdS. What I would really like to know is if there is any from the second war period, since most of them seem to me from the post-war period. There is also a medal from the veterans' association. I didn't find much reference abo
  6. Hello, the size is 3 inches. On the shield, what is written is erased. It is difficult to read. But it seems to be the end of the word .... Mayer and below .... (new y) ork. You can only read "ork". Thanks
  7. Hello gentlemen, These pilot wings came with a nominal B-17 pilot uniform from World War II dated 1944. I don't know how to ascertain the originality or dating of the wings. I ask for your help. Thank you.
  8. hello colleagues, I found these RAF shoulder titles. What would you say about his originality? I appreciate your opinions.
  9. Hello colleagues, I found a medal as it is and I really liked it, but I don't know anything about it. Could you help me with information about her? When was it instituted and with what criteria? I appreciate your opinions!
  10. Hello gentlemen, I got that Vietnam flag. It is made of cotton and measures approximately 74 centimeters by 55. What do you think?
  11. Hello guys, What do you think of this document? I appreciate the opinions.
  12. What is your opinion about this M1 helmet? I bought this M1 and it caught my attention because the shell and chinstrps seem to me from the second war. I'm not sure if the painting matches the period. And its interior seems to me to be a 1965-73 ceiling. I'm not sure about dating the camouflage net and the leather jugular. I also find it strange to see this leather chinstrps with this liner and I don't know what date it is. Inside the liner there are some words written. They appear to be: shigoto (or shihoto), holly and holo. The photos were not so good. Between the shell and the lin
  13. Hello guys, what do you think of this arrow cross armband? Real or fake? Thanks
  14. Hello Paul, Very thanks for this information! I appreciate it
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