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Here is one I have.

Can any one give me a translation, I can't even read the text in this script.

Would Hitler sign this type of issue document in 1935?

Next pic is the envelope

Gordon

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Here is the envelope

Gordon

Sorry no pic, I seem to have reached my upload limit

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Hi Gordon,

"On the occasion of your 40th service jubilee I express my best wishes to you. In connection with this I thank you and voice my appreciation for the loyal services rendered to the Reich.

With regards to the signature of A.H.:

Compare it to the other ones on the documents posted here and you will note that they are identical. This is because they used a signature machine that worked with ink. It looked better than a stamp that some people also used. So it is A.H.´s signature but not signed personally by him.

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