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Hello gentlemen's, I really need your help in this matter. I don't know if is the right place to post this but I don't know where else to post it.

It appears to be a cup prize for shooting, given by some soldiers to someone... Does anybody know more about this item/s?

Any information will be more that wellcomed.

 

Thank you,

Alex.

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Hello Alex!

I couldn´t find a Oberst Wittig and a Hauptmann Rembges in the prussian ranklists.

That´s not easy. It could be everything. Saxony, Bavaria, post-war, III. Reich, East-Germany, Bundeswehr...

Maybe a stamp-specialist could help you with the HB (?)

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27 minutes ago, The Prussian said:

Yes, Andreas, but Feldwebel? That´s strange for a civilian shooting club.

Yes Sir, and also Hauptfeldwebel

Google da bitte mal auf Deutsch mit Schützenkorps / Schützenverein / Schützengilde etc

und dem Dienstgrad

Regards
Andreas

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