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  1. #11

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    Thanks for posting the photos Stu. It provides another important dimension on the authenticity of this type of armband.

    I would also like to add that it is nice to read/see discussions taking place between members on this forum with respect and without the antics that are pulled on some of the other forums.


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    I've been told that these are an early Flemish HJ armband, not DJ at all. I'm no expert, but as Ade says without rock solid provenance, I'd stay clear.

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    in the most pic,s the boys have 2 shoulderboards and not one like the DJ ?

  4. #14

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    Here's another one of these armbands in wear. Not my pic, and cannot remember the source for crediting.


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    These were heavily faked in 70's with all the other printed armbands. I have always steered clear from them. Flemish youth.

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