JustinG

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About JustinG

  • Birthday 06/01/1980

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  • Militaria Interests
    Kriegsmarine era Mützenband/Cap tally, Ship Wappen

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  1. Happy Birthday.

  2. So here it is. Fresh from Norway. Hope you like. :) Best Regards, JustinG
  3. I am going to use this thread and I wanted to let others know my previous works were uploaded on this thread. Thanks for looking
  4. I have on the way a nice Kreuzer Blücher wappen. I can't wait to share it with you all. Best Regards, JustinG
  5. They also have one of two original Stuka Dive bombers. Pretty cool as well.
  6. You are searching for one of the Holy Grail of Imperial tallies. The ship had quite an impressive career. I too have been looking for one for a while now. Best of luck to you. Regards, JustinG
  7. Just finished this one. A tribute to The Schlachtschiff Gneisenau. Thanks for looking.
  8. So I added a 2nd Gneisenau wappen. I like the character of this piece as well. The seller said that it was part of a family estate. I unfortunately don't have any other information but I am very happy to have both pieces.
  9. I noticed the little blob on the upper arm of the first cross shown (front side with swastika). I have seen others with this character variation now that I think of it. I wonder if it was a trait that can help identify this particular maker? It could also be that this cross shown is not from this maker. The tag says it is maker mark 2 which is Juncker. Could you please show us the maker mark photo please? Best Regards, JustinG
  10. Nice job and tastefully done. Nice collection as well. Regards, JustinG
  11. Just a standard WW1 EK2. The ribbon is a commemorative veterans Jubilee. Nothing too special. Thanks for sharing. Regards, JustinG
  12. I too think it will be a challenge. As these are all over 100 years old, there are more common ones but also several that are very very very very very rare. I will keep my eyes open and to the ground for a Derfflinger for you as well. I agree, a tally with your grouping would be "icing on the cake". Best Regards, JustinG
  13. Greetings all, Well as I was able to wrap up and complete my Kriegsmarine Zerstörer collection. I have decided to take on a new area of collecting. I am going to collect the ships and perhaps the units tallies that took part in the Battle of Jutland. A monumental task and a very difficult one I believe, however I believe that with enough time, luck and money, this too can be achieved. I have some tallies on the way. I am looking forward to sharing them with you all. SMS Friedrich der Grosse SMS Ostfriesland SMS Thueringen SMS Oldenburg SMS Posen SMS Nassau SMS Deutschland SMS Hannover SMS Schlesien SMS Muenchen It is interesting to point out that umlauts or the ß symbol were not used with imperial tallies, so if the word had an umlaut like München or say Großer Kurfürst it would be spelled fully out as Grosser Kurfuerst. I know many of you probably understand that however, there hasn't been an imperial Mützenband posting yet. So. I am leading the way on this forum. All the best, JustinG