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Paul, I wish I had many gold pips to send to you, they always seem to be mising (usually just the one) on Epaulets that I have.

If it wasn't for you I wouldn't know what the odd collar patch (post 67) that I have was at all!!

Regards,

Pete

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Very nice.  Definitely a looker

I´d second that! GreyC

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Here is a nice set to a Fl. Hauptingenieur! If anyone has a set of two matching Officer pips, please keep me in mind!

Anyway, this set was generously donated to me by a fellow forum member!!! Thank you!

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Paul

Very nice Paul! :love: I am still working on getting the full set of shoulder boards. They are much harder to find than the tabs.

Bill

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Thanks for the kind words Pete and Bill.

Here is set of tabs for a Major in the "Corps of Engineering Officers". Although the color appears a bit dark, the waffenfarbe is indeed pink

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Is it named?

Yes, I can not fully make out the name and am not having much success photographing the tag. I will try some more and post the best ones to see if someone can decipher it.

Bill

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