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And here's Bernhard Reddemann in the background, the big guy with a notebook and pencil, his overcoat on his shoulder. The flamethrower is the Kleif M.1914. Notice that he doesn't have a Totenkopf sle

IR92 tankard lid............

Brunswick HR17 flask...............(with Prussian skull !!)

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I'm sure some collectors have noticed it! The seller closed the Kampfwagen auction.

Perhaps he got an interesting direct offer?

PS: Btw, he answered a question in the auction and he wrote the background of the skull badge is dark green....;)

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Can we see the back of the item?

What are the dimensions?

It's about 2cm high with edge tabs on the back. Hollow stamped brass.

I think it's from a buckle...........the 'blank' brass type which could have interchangeable badges (e.g. vet groups). I've seen this type of Wehrwolf TK before............Assmann belt buckle, I think.

Other (slight) possibility is that it's from the centre of a cap wreath............again, like the early vet types.

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Great Meissen medallion! :jumping:

It seems, that the most interesting Wehrwolf things came from the Landesverband Sachsen!

PS: Did you get the Wehrwolf flag photo on ebay? I guess, you and me were the crazy bidders? :D

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Did you get the Wehrwolf flag photo on ebay? I guess, you and me were the crazy bidders? :D

Yes..........crazy bidding, but I had to have it.

It's in this thread.............

http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=46147&st=0

See the TK helmet photo in post #22!

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