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#198309 06/18/2007 03:07 AM
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My new addition need to be addes to this thread to keep it going My officers M43 in other ranks quality wool. Collar patches have been machine sewn, with no other evidence of other collar pathes being worn. Arm eagle has been hand applied, there is also no other evidence that another eagle had been previously applied. There is a little tracking which can only be seen in the correct lighting, so I believe that the collar patches and arm eagle are original to the tunic.

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Collar

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eagle

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#198314 08/10/2007 03:19 PM
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Bill,

I really like this coat and the collar is very stylish. I have only seen high quality tailor made coats with this amount of detail.


"You can't please everyone, so you've got to please yourself." Ricky Nelson
#198315 11/13/2007 06:20 PM
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Here is a very nice jacket and trouser set that I got in today after going missing in the post, it finally arrives.

This jacket is for a named police doctor, there is absolutely no moth or any damage to the jacket or trousers

Dr Günther BAUER
Born on 29.4.1892
He was Oberfeldarzt der Pol
Member of Allgemeine SS as Obersturmbannführer
He was from Magdeburg.
party member # 1 588 917
SS number # 393 365

I hope you like this as much as I do

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#198316 11/13/2007 06:21 PM
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Very nice collar insignia machine sewn

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#198317 11/13/2007 06:23 PM
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#198318 11/13/2007 06:24 PM
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Eagle, sorry about the bad image, it is dark here in the UK so this was done with a flash which did not take very well

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#198319 11/13/2007 06:25 PM
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Taylors Lable

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#198320 11/13/2007 06:26 PM
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Mans Name

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#198321 11/15/2007 07:23 PM
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Another very special jacket in. Customs had this one for 4 months and it finally got here today.

This one is for a Berlin police with a very nice Belin eagle, it also has a few other very nice items.

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#198322 11/15/2007 07:26 PM
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Closeup of the collar

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#198323 11/15/2007 07:29 PM
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Lovely embroidered eagle

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#198324 11/15/2007 07:33 PM
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A magnificent cross of the south traditions badge in silver BeVo weave

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#198325 11/15/2007 07:35 PM
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An exceptional Reiters badge that has powdering

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#198326 06/26/2008 08:02 PM
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quote:
Originally posted by W.Unland:
Gary8 hi my soldatenfreund taschenjahrbuch 1941 shows the generals boards as silver, gold, silver Then 1942 gold silver gold but with ss type patchs is this correct? Posted 12 November 2003 13:26
shouldernoards are also quite nice


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#198327 06/26/2008 09:08 PM
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Lovely tunics!

#198328 06/26/2008 09:19 PM
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I only have 2 Schutzpolizei tunics...a Berlin NCOs and on Officers with SS membership.

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#198329 06/26/2008 09:21 PM
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The Officers.

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#198330 06/27/2008 12:43 AM
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Hello,

Thanks for contributing. Very nice looking displays. I particularly like the officer's.

Regards,
Bill Unland

#198331 06/27/2008 01:08 PM
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The Southern Cross Traditions badge on a previous tunic is very rare...I have only seen photos, and not that many.
This is one I came across in a Chinese edition of 'Grossdeutscher Reichskriegertag Kassel 1939' showing Colonial Bund members wearing it.

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#198332 06/28/2008 01:05 AM
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Tristan, excellent looking uniforms and I would have to agree with Bill, especially the officer's!

The Southern Cross is a tough one to find on a police uniform photo, although more and more are showing up with awareness and interest in the subject area. Below is one of a few examples I have.

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#198333 06/28/2008 01:49 AM
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Dave,

White caps with green uniforms......What's up with that? Also looks like the guy is carrying a sword to a sports event????

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Hi Bill,

Neat looking eh? An interesting picture and it didn't take long for someone to comment on other interesting features! Not sure of the exact regulation or circumstances, although it seems like I recall seeing a few other random photos of white visors with green uniforms.

Offhand I don't remember what or when the event was, although this is part of a large grouping (1,000+ photos) to Major d. Schutzpolizei Wilhelm Kleibaum (He's the one on the left).

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ConfusedTashenjahrbuch 1941 shows generals shoulderboards as silver /gold/silver is thia correct and when did thy change to gold/silver /gold?also did the ranks of Zugwachtmeister and Hauptwachtmeister in the Wasserschutzpolizei have the silver tresse as well as gold on the sleeve?

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ConfusedTashenjahrbuch 1941 shows generals shoulderboards as silver /gold/silver is thia correct and when did thy change to gold/silver /gold?also did the ranks of Zugwachtmeister and Hauptwachtmeister in the Wasserschutzpolizei have the silver tresse as well as gold on the sleeve?


Perhaps it is an illustration error, those do happen as seen in other period publications. Otherwise I've not know generals rank straps to be constructed any other way than what's pictured below (gold/silver/gold).

WSP cuff rings were supposed to be gold...as far as I remember offhand. Is this another illustration issue? Below is a link to a restarted WSP uniforms specific thread:

http://daggers.infopop.cc/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/1653059744/m/7110042655

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#198337 07/10/2008 07:47 PM
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thanks for the excellent photo of the generals` strap its a real beauty the silver /gold/silver however was used by the diplomatic corps and ministeries i believe

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quote:
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the silver /gold/silver however was used by the diplomatic corps and ministeries i believe


That could be, although I'm not familiar with dipo corps and others (I'm just a polizei nutt!). Perhaps a good question to ask in the political uniforms forum.

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O.K.Dave did the gemeindepolizei and gendarmerie generals have green collar patches or weinred and orange accordingly,thanks

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Hello,

All general officers were SchuPo so all wore green backed tabs. There were no SchuPo. D. Gemeinden Polizei Generals, and as I recall only pre-war Gendarmerie generals.

Regards,
Bill Unland

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Thanks for the info. What about the belts of the polizeibeamte were they brown or black as I seem to remember seeing brown being quoted somewhere?

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Brown belts & leather goods were primarily used by the Gendarmerie...take a look at the Gendarmerie Uniforms thread. Schupo utilized black. Hope that helps!

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thanks again Dave:Here`s another, the polizei portepees in the angolia sword book it describes the knot silver with green stripes as Schp.d Reiches & the silver knot as Schp.d Gemeinden,yet others say that the striped one was for the bayonet n.c.o.& the silver for the officers degen.Do you which is correct if any?

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BTT to keep alive

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Schupo Erel Officer's Privat:

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Since Dave had shown his Police General's shoulder board , here the sgl.one I got for the rank of 'Generalleutnant'.

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..and a close-up.

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..and one more .

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