Unissued Proficiency Sports Badge booklet Original

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Hi guys been looking around my collection and was just wondering how much would a unissued DJ HJ Proficiency badge book would be worth
Plus there’s another Sports Document slash book with writing inside. And got this other HJ Medical issue card dated 1936.

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Another medical ID Card second type.

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Hi there,

Unissued is obviously not as desirable as one with details inside so not much to be honest. I like the Sportausweis that you have there. These were a requirement for participation in youth sporting events and were standardised in 1941/2 in different colours for HJ, BDM etc but I have never seen the type that you have there. Could you show the inside page please?
 

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Hi Garry here is the snap shots from inside the card now I’ve been told it says something about a soldier asking can he wear his HJ Uniform???

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Here’s what the writing says?!?

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Yes, that is essentially what it says. Thanks for showing the inside. Looks like they repurposed a Sportausweis to create the permit.
 

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Well, the interpretation could be even more precise. The Schütze (=private) Wolfgang Wenzel is assigned to the HJ for military training, obviously in a WEL, and is allowed to wear the (not his - as he is a member of the Wehrmacht) HJ uniform there in the course of his work. He is also allowed to use civilian trains in Wehrkreis XXI. He is a self-caterer and is allowed to live in a private flat, i.e. not in the barracks.
 

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Thanks guy’s for all help given is this quite a rare pass card??? Cheers Stevo
 

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Well, it's unique Stevo. Made out to one guy for a specific purpose and on repurposed card. Very nice little piece of history.
 
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