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    Compass type Marsch-Kompass Jugend

    Here I have a Marsch-Kompass "Jugend"
    It's markes with "S" for C. STOCKERT & Sohn
    and DRGM for Deutsches-Reichs-Gebrauchs-Muster.

    Sadly the top cover is broken at the hinge.

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    Some more pics.
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    That's a neat item, never seen one of those before. Is that made out of bakelite, or metal? Also, is the small ruler on the side used for judging distance on a map somehow?

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    It's made out of bakelite. I don't know if the ruler was for judging distances, but it's possible. Nice detail, the needle, the 4 points of the compass and the triangel which is marking the north pole are fluorescent and glowing in the dark - just after all the years!

    Quote Originally Posted by Teutonic View Post
    That's a neat item, never seen one of those before. Is that made out of bakelite, or metal? Also, is the small ruler on the side used for judging distance on a map somehow?

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    Hello

    I'm not sure this Stockert "Jugend" compass is pre 45. I prefer models who is marked DRGM or DRP but not "Germany".

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    A little different one

    Here's mine it's marked DRGM
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    My first post

    Here is a similar one to Hohenloheīs.
    Itīs a fleamarket find from last weekend.
    All that is missing is "Germany"...
    I tend to think itīs made of plastic, not bakelite?

    Cheers,
    taube.
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    Why the compass say "germany" in english and not "Deutschland" in german?

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    Thatīs quite common for export reasons.
    "Made in germnay" was a qualitiy factor before the war already.
    I guess, one wanted to make use of the reputation.

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    I've seen the same compass in a local store which got many militairy items, but whats a good price for this kompass??
    owner wants to have 75 euro.
    Its to much???

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