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    I will check the writing when I have it in hand ... next year.

  2. #22

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    christianlohmann: did you check the writing. Was there any?

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    Yeah, I scratched a bit, found some writing, but could not decipher anything.
    You may check for yourself.

    All I learned is that Markneukirchen was/is the the most important town in the Musikwinkel.
    Musikwinkel
    The Musikwinkel describes an area where a lot of musical instrument manufacturers were located.
    So the collar insignia (Lyra?) might be something connected to the area's tradition.
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    Whatever is done, it is non-regulation! I have not ever read in any HJ regulation
    the Lyra was to be worn upon the collar. The Edelweiss was. Maybe Garry can
    tell us more!

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    Hi Wim,

    No, I can't find anything official about this. The positioning of the lyre on the collar is perhaps due to the influence of the SA in the early period when this photo was taken.

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