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It is a very pristine set!! You did well yet again.

This set is to a TSD Judicial Officer. These guys were regular Luftwaffe Officers, instead of officials. I will move them to the TSD thread.

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Hello

Here are the tabs which were sewn on my tunic ; sorry but they are very very salty :

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I cannot see them from my current computer. The firewall blocks image hosted attachments. I look forward to seeing them when I get home! :jumping:

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The shoulder boards which I delicately just removed (they were surely post-war resewn), to study it easily :

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It seems to be a re-used cardboard in it ; is it a common feature ?

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The other board :

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The paper tag was probably put on recently by a seller I think.

One the two buttons which retained the boards :

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Are the buttons period or not ? The only markings are H.A on each.

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Thanks for the kind words ! My camera is a Kodak DX7590 zoom digital camera. The auto focus is not very easy to use; but when well stabilized, not too much zoomed, I just have to work the pictures a bit with Photoshop, and here you are !

Er...I'm not paid by Kodak...

It is true that when I sell (it is rare !), the buyers have good detailed photos...

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