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Here are 6 of them in my possession. I would like to see patches from your collections and maybe we could learn something new about them. Me for example. I don´t now who were their makers, differences between makers, Reichsmarine, KM and postwar examples,.....,etc.  You got the point  :) 

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On 25/1/2016 at 07:46, Von Thronstahl said:

I think last one is post war Larry.

Thanks, I wasn't sure about that one. Was a ww2 era circular diver's patch ever produced?

Three more from my collection.




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Very nice U-Boots und Bergungstaucher trade patch with original packet.:)

Martin, that is a very nice Schiffstaucher patch in wear. He is also wearing a Zimmermann (Ship's Carpenter) trade patch as well.

Nice combination.:)



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More patches photos.  They are not KM but WH, LW and Seenotdienst.  I am sorry photos are cropped but I need them for an article.

Anybody have these patches in collection? Anybody saw them in reality?

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