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    Studio portrait.
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  2. #12

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    Albrecht: The drawings originally come from "Die Deutsche Polizei" (Taschenkalender für die Freiw. Feuerwehren)
    from 1943.

    Lauri: question about the tunic you showed. Too me it seems much to brown. It should be olive-brown,
    which tends to be more olive-green.
    Is the color caused by photographing?

    col-77b - kopie - kopie.jpg

    My uniform came from the former owner, a member from the Bayreuth-district
    (Bayr.Ostmark).
    It had no triangle or shoulder-straps. I added one from another district as I had
    not the particular triangle available. You can see the owner in my handbook on
    page 398 (below).
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    I did look through some papers from the guy and see now in an
    Ablieferungs-Bescheinigung from April 1, 1943 his uniform was
    dyed. Who knows the uniform I had, may have had the wrong color?
    I do not have it anymore for about 30 or more years. And so I cannot
    check. I neither do have a photographic mind!

    The stuff from this boy was supplied ny the city of Amberg. He had
    signed for it and was NOT allowed to wear it elsewhere, just with
    fire-brigade service.

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    Wim,
    You have a nice display at that time. And very fortunate to have the pants that goes along with the tunic !
    Other photos with and without flash. I think it's oliv braun ?
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    The color with the first photo was about the color for the tunic and pants I had.

    It's all a long time ago. The photo was made November 12, 1977. Many of our
    forum-members did not even collect in those days. Some were not even born then.
    All I got went through correspondence or was bought at shows (mainly in Germany,
    like Stuttgart). These days it is much easier with Internet. No doubt about it!!

  6. #16

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    I confirm. In 1977, I was only a Playmobil collector :)

  7. #17

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    When I was about three/four I played with WWII Elastolin soldiers and such stuff!

  8. #18

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    in 1977, leet me think, my mother had 13 years old.

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    Oh boy, I feel myself old now.
    In 1962 I left the army after my service. I started collecting in 1969.
    My first item was a Japanese Katana with a leather scabbard.

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    Damn Wilhelm. I was born in 1962 .
    In 1977 I had already been collecting for 3 years and yes , I did have a few HJ items then including a complete winterblouse with trousers and cap .

    QUOTE=wilhelm saris;68374]Oh boy, I feel myself old now.
    In 1962 I left the army after my service. I started collecting in 1969.
    My first item was a Japanese Katana with a leather scabbard.[/QUOTE]
    Last edited by joecool; 28th March 2015 at 05:08 AM.

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