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Here is my small collection of SS cufftitles,not much,but I like them.

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J.Schmidt

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And the Collarpatches and sleeve eagle

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Very nice SS cloth you have shared with us. Remember, it's not the quantity/size of the collection, but the quality that matters, and you definitely have the latter going for you :thumbup: Needless to say, the Freikorps Danmark cuff is a very desirable piece and one which is missing from a lot of SS cuff title collections, including mine. I really like the used but not abused look of the tunic-removed LSSAH cuff- just the way I like 'em :thumbup:

Great stuff!

Rob

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Thats some really nice cuff titles you have there. Im especially fond of the Das Reich in flatwire, and it does have an Rzm tag as well. Well, its because I do collect Das Reich.

That Freikorps Danmark is rare one and a beauty.

Its better to have a few quality items than tons of so so!

Cheers and thanks for sharing!

//Felix

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Hi Felix

I don't collect SS Stuff but they are very nice SS Cloth Insignia.I like especially your RZM Freikorps Danmark Cufftitle :thumbup:

Regards

Seba

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One more from Freikorps Danmark

Made in Denmark :-)

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When I was young I used to help my neighbor on the weekends clean out old shaggy houses in the countryside or in small remote villages. He used to run a company that would first clean out houses and sell all the interious leftover by whomever died and did not have any living relatives before tearing down the houses. I remember many occasions where we found lots of very interesting things from the war, often from the SS or Wehrmacht. One time we were cleaning out the house of a woman who lost her husband some 20 years ago. Much later I found out it was Günther Knobloch (SS Hauptsturmführer). There we found a whole closet full of dresses, tunics, caps, daggers, documents and lots other stuff. My neighbor was frightened by anything he saw that was showing a swastica and he immediately threw everything away, sometimes even burning it! I was too young to know what he was doing but every time I see a SS cuff title or dress those memories come back to my mind. Its a shame I didn't knew then what I know now...

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When I was young I used to help my neighbor on the weekends clean out old shaggy houses in the countryside or in small remote villages. He used to run a company that would first clean out houses and sell all the interious leftover by whomever died and did not have any living relatives before tearing down the houses. I remember many occasions where we found lots of very interesting things from the war, often from the SS or Wehrmacht. One time we were cleaning out the house of a woman who lost her husband some 20 years ago. Much later I found out it was Günther Knobloch (SS Hauptsturmführer). There we found a whole closet full of dresses, tunics, caps, daggers, documents and lots other stuff. My neighbor was frightened by anything he saw that was showing a swastica and he immediately threw everything away, sometimes even burning it! I was too young to know what he was doing but every time I see a SS cuff title or dress those memories come back to my mind. Its a shame I didn't knew then what I know now...

 

I  bet  you  could  weep!!! :crying:

 

Jim

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