Larry

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Larry last won the day on December 15 2016

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    Australia
  • Militaria Interests
    Third Reich era photographs and KM trade insignia.

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  1. Haven't added anything to this thread for some time. So here is a rare Luftwaffe - TeNo portrait. Cheers, Larry
  2. Man in the middle is Kreisleiter Johannes Affeld, Landrat next to him is Heinz Hessemann. Heer officer is unknown. Cheers, Larry cheers,
  3. Very nice photos Eduardo. Here is a Flottentender Jagd portrait. Cheers, Larry
  4. Looks like Churchill holding Chamberlain's hand. Cheers, Larry
  5. Hi Pierce, Thanks for trying. I didn't scan it properly. Here is another scan. In the meantime here is a Sicherheits und Hilfsdienst portrait. Cheers, Larry
  6. HI Pierce, Here is the writing which I have played around with. Can you make out any of it? There's a developer's stamp on the back with a Bonn address which is situated in North Rhine-Westphalia. Cheers, Larry
  7. Here is a non-cutout version. This is for sale over at Militariarelics.com. It is described as Tramway and DAF members badge. Cheers, Larry
  8. Very nice Werkschutz portrait. I cannot remember whether I have posted this photo before. A rare Wasserzoll portrait. Cheers, Larry
  9. Latest addition to my collection. Marineschule Mürwik. Cheers, Larry
  10. The symbol was also used by 99 leichte Division. http://www.axishistory.com/about-ahf/150-germany-heer/heer-divisionen/3924-99-leichte-infanterie-division Here is a photo of the same symbol on the back of a truck. The Opel car has a 5 Infanterie Division symbol on its fender. Cheers, Larry
  11. Thanks very much guys. I have these three to add to my collection. They should be arriving this week. Cheers, Larry
  12. Thanks Bart. Long way to go and I'm concentrating mainly on my primary interest which is collecting photos. So I pick up a trade patch only now and then. I keep all my patches in plastic photo holders. Here is a rarer patch seen in one of my photos. It is the Unterwasserhorcher (Hydrophone) specialty patch which was changed in 1940. Cheers, Larry