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  1. Maybe its one of those Ultra-rare made from a knights cross?????😉🙃🤣
  2. Did a little trading this week....got a not so ordinary drivers license.It belonged to Dr Eduardo Labougle Ambassador of Argentina in Berlin 1932 to 1939.
  3. Great grouping indeed,intriguing look at sub rescue?
  4. Rich,I have said it once and I'll say it again.........you have some wonderful toys.
  5. I have always thought WHW items have been under appreciated.
  6. Rich,these are not uncommon so I did not elaborate,my apologies.Starting from the top one working left to right. Coach senior mechanical engineer,Track maintenance headman,Conductor/carriage service,Electrotechnical service/machinist,Shunting service,Construction service,Motor coach supervisor. Now please know these existed after the war and side by side its not difficult to tell which is wartime and which is post war.There are 10 in the set and I just purchased one I am missing and will post as soon as it comes in.The passants were not in use but for a short time late war,the SS was instrumental in changing to them from the standard shoulder board,I have read.
  7. As stated and a set of seldom seen Reichsbahn passant's.
  8. Many do not know that Heinrch Hoffmann was a prolific author as well as being Photoberichterstatter der Reichsleitung der NSDAP - (official photographer of the NSDAP Reich Leadership). Hoffmann also published a number of books that were Nazi Party related but not specific about Adolf Hitler.Nice find and these books by Hoffmann are not as cheap as they used to be,I remember when I could pick them up for $5 or $10.Now they run $150 to $200 + depending on who the book is about.
  9. Please do Rich,and Thank you.
  10. Fellow collectors,I do not collect WW2 pacific theater at all.Over the years when I have bought the stuff from vets,I would trade it for ETO & German items.I just bought this 2 days ago.This was one of those "I gotta have it" purchases with no thought as to risk of it all.Purchased for $175 so it will sting but not too much.Here is what I know,from the Osaka area of Japan....that is it. It appears to be a presentation/award type of thing to me.When I used internet search so many many pages came up...I am lost to what is reliable and what isn't. Can any member here steer me to a reliable site?I will load as many photos as I can and more later when the site lets me.
  11. Rich,it is just an envelope.I have a passion for Zeppelin items and bought it from a stamp collector at a good price
  12. Kevin ,thank you thank you thank you!
  13. I believe this speaks for itself with address's