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Hi,

it is not in the book by Ober-Sturmführer Cord von Einem ABZEICHEN UND DIENSTGRADE DER SA, Stuttgart 1935.

However it actually is the Kragen-Abzeichen of the Reiter-SA (SA on horseback) in this case Reitersturm 12 der 52 Reiterstandarte. The Abzeichen was introduced in 1936. That´s why it´s not in the book, published 1935.

For more see:

https://de.allbuch.online/wiki/Reiter-SA

GreyC

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GreyC,

Mounted SA from Stuttgart thank you for that.

sadly the link will not work.

I have had these items for years and Now I now where they have come from, 

does any one have an image of mounted SA?

Thank you again GreyC

stephen

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