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    My first post and first display. Would like any options or help.THANKS

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    Looks like an NSKK brownshirt with incorrectly added HJ insignia.

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    A very odd assortment of insignia. Only the Riechsjugendführer wore collar tabs on his uniform. Assembled by someone that knows very little about HJ uniforms IMO.

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    I know various banns had close associations with their sponsors but this really exceeds reality IMO

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    NSKK with HJ added insignia.

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    Thanks for all your help. But i hoped someone would start with a welcome to the forum! Are the buttons HJ or NSKK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1963rivera View Post
    Thanks for all your help. But i hoped someone would start with a welcome to the forum! Are the buttons HJ or NSKK?
    LOOK below in the NEW MEMBER FORUM, this is where new members can introduce themselves and possibly receive the greeting they desire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1963rivera View Post
    Thanks for all your help. But i hoped someone would start with a welcome to the forum! Are the buttons HJ or NSKK?
    Welcome to the forum 1963rivera. I agree with others that this is NSKK with added insignia of the HJ

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    Hello 1963rivera, welcome.

    The collar-patch is not according NSKK specifications at all, but merely tends to SA.
    If they are originally stitched is a question for me, but the type of stitching does not look okay!

    Furthermore: the number 364 is not listed with any of the official SA-lists. It is neither a number which
    one had listed amongst the NSKK-numbers (as far as I know). For NSKK the number and letter-combination
    should have been as for example 9/M86 or 14/M376.

    364 is a number for the HJ, but the HJ did not use collar-patches.
    Someone has messed around to make the brown-shirt look nice.
    Last edited by wilhelm saris; 19th March 2013 at 02:20 PM.

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