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  1. I think that this is the must for a collector of Heer badges, at least that's my case ! The badge isn't mine. It is the "de luxe" Juncker made CC in gold, fire-gilded, with the little hook and central rivet on the back side.
  2. Does anyone know who was the commander of the 2nd squadron of Kavallerie-Regiment 5 (Stolp) until 30th September 1937 - when he apparently retired or was moved to another posting?
  3. OK folks, Here I am again, and I would like to hear your comments about this Narvik Shield. It?s not mine and I know the pictures are crappy, but it is the best I can have now. Any comments are appreciated. Douglas;
  4. Hi feloows, What is your opinion about this GAB, besaides the fact that its catch is broken? Good? Bad? Maker? Unfortunately, I?m not able to get better pictures... I?m looking forward for you opinion! Thanks, Douglas.
  5. Hi All - I am considering a Parade tunic that is purportedly for an Oberst of Artillerie Regiment 25. The name tag to the interior is as follows - I cannot make this out for anything. Any help is greatly appreciated! Don
  6. Something I've often used on camping trips until seeing the price that these sets go for, nowadays.
  7. This is the very first model, aluminum, with the early claw. Doesn't get much rarer:
  8. Although unmarked, this example, in fine zinc, has all the die characteristics of the early nickel-silver pieces by C.E Juncker, which would suggest that this badge was most likely from the first production run where, due to the lack of high grade metals, zinc was introduced.
  9. Does anyone have a photo of Gen. Lt. Hermann Starke, other than this one?? Cheers, James
  10. Does anyone have a photo of the Handschar KC winner Kinz? Thanks Chris
  11. Dear All - I am considering a piped Artillery Major's tunic as a purchase. Condition seems very nice and there are no sirens going off on it. The one thing that nags me is that it only has two loops for a medal/ribbon bar and a single fitting for a screw-back badge, most probably an EK. It has the ribbons for the 1939 EKII and the Ostfront Medaille through the button hole. I would assume a Major would have at least one other set of loops for a badge or a loop or two more for a longer ribbon bar - it looks like it will only hold a two-place medal bar or maybe a three ribbon bar set. Am I being paranoid? Don
  12. Hello, Can I get your informed opinions on this badge? I bought it a few years ago & am thinking about selling it. Any idea of a fair value? Thank you for your time, David
  13. Hello everyone, Here is my latest and greatest. It's an M-42, very minty size 62. I believe this to be a ckl although the shell maker is covered up. It looks like one... Decal is a little crooked, late war applied in the field most likely. Enjoy! Joey
  14. Here's the last one of my TR cloth series. Like the Luft it's still a little sparse First a metal Eagle, the hinge on the pin has brokenn.
  15. Hello, I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on these badges. From the PAB thread , I gather that the Panzer is the fake ball-hinge type. I like the IAB , but the GAB I am not sure of. I thank everyone in advance for any help! Best Kurt
  16. Hi! Attached are pics of my triple decal Heer/Kreigsmarine helmet... Any info or comments are welcome!! Also, if there are any simular helmets out there... please post them as well! How common are these and how desireable are they? Best regards Paul I am sorry that they are so blurry... I have not mastered the art of balancing the flash while being close enough to get the details
  17. Gentlemen, some of you may have seen this already but I thought I could post here. This is an M35 Heer with textured camouflage finish. The helmet is dated 1937. It?s a nice camo lid that appeared in Thomas Kiblers reference book ?Combat Helmets? on page 14/15. It?s a SE66 (Saechsische Emaillier- und Stanzwerke) with an aluminium ring marked with B&C Berlin (Biedermann & Czarnikow) 1937. The leather liner has an early large size stamp ?58?. The helmet shows traces of the original double decals but has had the Wehrmacht Heer decal applied over top of the camouflage finish rather than painting around the original. I believe this is quite scarce. You can easily recognize the traces of the applegreen colour under the textured camouflage painting. It?s amazing how the camo works. Compared with an applegreen and shiny helmet this one is nearly invisible in the green. I like these worn and salty combat helmets best. I don?t dare to post pics from Kibler?s book. I don?t want to violate any copyrights. Please forgive too many pictures, but I was so excited about this lid that I made more than necessary. Any thoughts on this helmet greatly appreciated Thanks in advance ! Regards; Flyingdutchman
  18. Gentlemen, I found this nice parade helmet made from Erel (E.Lubstein). Leather liner is Erel marked. The whole helmet isn?t mint but still nice. Any thoughts greatly appreciated ! Thanks in advance ! Regards; Flyingdutchman
  19. At this time, my main focus is Luftwaffe. I do have a couple of Heer tunics that I will never part with. The first one is a set for an Infantry Lt.
  20. Hi, I was with my girl at the normandy coast in France two years before. This helmet was a gift of a friend of mine. Its a single decal M40. The helmet has a rare large size. Q68 ! Shell was camouflaged in green-brown-tan, but unfortunately most of the camo is gone. The single decal is nearly damaged, but you can recognize a small rest. A wild guess would be Heer eagle. The leather is a little bit hard and used, but still intact. The pigskin sturmiemen is marked, but indistinct. Liner and band sits tight in the shell. The leather is made from pigskin imo. Liner band is made of zinc and seems to me never removed. Split pins are rusted to the helmet shell. Some of you may have seen this already but I thought I could post here. First pic shows the helmet best imo, ?as it is?. Any opinions greatly appreciated ! Thanks in advance ! All the best; Flyingdutchman
  21. Hi All - Just wanted to post the total tunic from Oberst B?chert - the full story of his career is in the Heer History and General Militaria Forum. Once again, a big thank you to Rick L?ndstrom and Simon Orchard for helping me with a positive ID. The tunic is a little salty, but has tons of character. Enjoy!
  22. Having a dig around in one of the storage boxes, I came up with these breast and cap eagles. I can't remember where or when I got them.. Are the right? if so, are they General Officer?s insignia? if not, which branch of the services would they have come from? Any information would be gratefully received.
  23. Dear All - My first post on this forum! I am trying to identify the owner of a piped Infantry Oberst's tunic I have recently aquired. I will attach a few scans of the tailor's name tag. I had thought that the last name was B?chers, but have not been able to turn anyone up with that name attached to 13. IR. Any help is greatly appreciated! Don
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