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  • Germany, Ordnungspolizei. A Group of German Police Identification Documents
  • Germany, Ordnungspolizei. A Group of German Police Identification Documents
  • Germany, Ordnungspolizei. A Group of German Police Identification Documents

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Germany, Ordnungspolizei. A Group of German Police Identification Documents

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Germany, Ordnungspolizei. A Group of German Police Identification Documents

A Soldbuch zugleich Personalausweis (Paybook - also Identity Card) issued to Hans Joachim Inbeck (b. 21 February 1901), recipient of the Iron Cross 2nd Class and Eastern Front Medal, on 20 January 1944 in Hamburg-Harburg, with information written in blue ink on pages 1 to 7, measures 10.6 cm (w) x 14.8 cm (h), and in good condition.

A Dienstausweis (Service Identification Card) constructed of linen in celluloid husk, issued to Gendarmerie Paul Raimund (b. 8 March 1892) on 15 July 1944, stamped photograph and signature of owner on back exterior, measures 7.35 cm (w) x 10.4 cm (h), and in near extremely fine condition.

A Soldbuch zugleich Personalausweis (Paybook - also Identity Card) issued to Arthur Wojnecki (b. 20 July 1892) on 18 March 1944 in Hamburg, with information written in blue ink on pages 1 to 7, measures 10.6 cm (w) x 14.9 cm (h), and in good condition.

A Kameradschaftsbund Deutscher Polizeibeamten (German Police Association) Mehrfachversicherungen (Multiple Insurance) booklet, issued to Alfred Pfitzner (b. 28 January 1881), with stamps dating from 1936 to 1943, measures 10.5 cm (w) x 14.8 cm (h), and in good condition.

Aufgepasst im Strassenverkehr! A booklet, including coloured illustrations, depicting the correct behaviour in traffic and traffic regulations, containing thirty-one pages, measuring 10.6 cm (w) x 14.7 cm (h), and in very fine condition. A Handbook for the Police Reserve, written by Reserve Lieutenant of the Police Otto Kämmerer, 1941, contains 80 pages, measures 11.9 cm (w) x 16.9 cm (h), and in very fine condition.

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