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Shoulder Board with black velvet underlay - Pionier?


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I have Pionier Boards with red and black underlay - this one has only the black velvet

Regards, Hardy

Hardy,

I have been trying to figure out what that pair are since I first saw them on Ebay. There were some technical related officer's boards that had only a black velvet underlay. Examples are, the Festungsbau-Offizier, the Feuerwerksoffizier, and the Zeugoffizier. Unfortunately, not one of them had a unit number.

Chip

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Chip;

there is a single hole in the middle - do you think this board originally carried just an Oberleutnant pip and no number? Also 13 would suggest W?rttemberg and for that it has the wrong thread through the silver.

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Hardy

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