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    Comments please on this HJ medic patch

    HAS been on a uniform must be HJ but unknown to me

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    Saw this one as well Paul. Angolia's Vol 2 page 33 shows one that's similar, but not exactly like this one. The patch in the book is embroidered not bevo type weave. This is the descriptor from the book.

    "1st pattern Feldscher, a machine embroidered white 40mm high/wide cross on a 55mm bright red circular field. This 1st pattern (1933) qualification badge was worn on the lower left sleeve, 3cm above the sleeve end or above any other qualification badge authorized for wear."

    The book does not state if there is only one type of construction for this badge or not. The price isn't too bad to take a chance on it, and I think you could return it if not happy with it.

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    got to find that book or maybe the new one will include things like this. Have been eyeing this for some time so will gamble as the bevo weave is correct

    thanks DARIN

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    Go for it Paul, I like the construction. Looks very similar to Sigrunes of the period.

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    Bill is at the MAX but put my dibbs in on it and tring for a better price on the AHS triangle again

    PAUL

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    As Darin says, this Feldscher patch definitely existed. The first two pics below are from 'Die Uniformen der HJ' from 1933. A slight worry is that the majority of the patches from that period were made of a felt-like material and not cotton like this. However, as I've never seen one of these in the flesh I can't say whether cotton is correct for this particular patch.

    I had a dig through the regulations for the Feldscher patch and the date of introduction for the later patch (life rune in red on a white oval - pic 4) was the 2nd of September 1938. This new patch replaced the patch in pic 3 below which at some point had replaced the first pattern of the patch shown in pics 1 and 2.
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    AS it is not in hand yet all I can say is the weave is correct and appears to be made onto the same material as the seig runes.

    Thanks for the comfirmation pics Gary

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    Embroidered type with correct dimensions described by the regulation.
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    Nice addition gentleman, if you have the Volume 2 of "Youth led by Youth", you will have a little bit more info about the HJ section it belonged!!

    Take care

    Antonio

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    Medic Patch

    Quote Originally Posted by Gefolgschaft View Post
    Saw this one as well Paul. Angolia's Vol 2 page 33 shows one that's similar, but not exactly like this one. The patch in the book is embroidered not bevo type weave. This is the descriptor from the book.

    "1st pattern Feldscher, a machine embroidered white 40mm high/wide cross on a 55mm bright red circular field. This 1st pattern (1933) qualification badge was worn on the lower left sleeve, 3cm above the sleeve end or above any other qualification badge authorized for wear."

    Kniha o sobÄ› neuvádí, pokud JE Jen jeden typ konstrukce pro tento odznak, Nebo ne. Cena neni Tak Ĺ patný, ABY NA TO šanci, myslim, Ze byste mohli vrátit, pokud nejsou spokojeni s tim.
    Hi Guy,
    thought you might like to see this photo i have. It was taken at the Bannsportsfest in Plauen on 8-9-1935. Notice the Hitler jugend with the bike is wearing the same medic badge, interestingly he is wearing it above his district triangle and not on his lower sleeve, Edd
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