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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 03:20 PM.

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