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Kraftfahrer Collar Insignia


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12 hours ago, ccj said:

Nice, I must admit that after 30+ year collecting I’m not very knowledgeable on Kraftfahrer gear. I know it when I see if but don’t know how to authenticate.

it looks genuine 

Thanks CCJ. Here's a few other interesting Kraftfahrer items in my collection: enlisted straps with two different styles of K and a 84/98aA marked to the Bayerische Ersatz-Kraftwagenkollone 2. If anyone has any Kraftfahrer items feel free to add them to the thread.

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Great photos Andy! I've got lots of Kraftfahrer photos, but have never seen the sports car style badge until now. There's a member of the WWI German Soldier facebook page that has a WWI souvenir belt with that identical badge on it, I've asked him to add a photo of it here. That style looks like a staff car so maybe for drivers for regimental staff? Or maybe just private purchase?

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Kraftfahrer collar insignia

WW1 or later civil ?

 

Hello

Are these collar Insignia cars 

military used WW1 ,

civil pieces WW1 period

or after war civil ???

I ask cause they look so close

to the WW1 limousine with

parted cabin where the driver 

sit "outside"!?

here the pic :

 

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