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This came from a local estate today, with some other great material, and I must admit I have never seen one before. It has its slip cover in black waterproofed (at least it was in 1945) cloth. I know its Police, is there any other significance to the edging, colors, etc? I find no reference on it. Marked with DRGM on the aluminum spine. Material is almost like celluloid or very primitive plastic over a thin (probably also aluminum) base. Its been in its case since WWII, the man was a signal corps tech from near my home here. I know this is not a value forum, I am curious about that too, and demand vs. regular military versions...comments, anything? Thanks, gents!

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Never seen one like that, but a wonderful item in my opinion.

Most likely an Ordnungspolizei officer's staff car pennant.

The construction is very similar to the Allgemeine-SS equivalent.

Many SS and Police officers had dual ranks in both organisations.

Nice how the eagle's head has been rotated to 'face the front' .................. makes for a very unusual image of the normal Polizei eagle.

As regards value, I think it must be worth at least £400 GBP.

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