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  • Germany, HJ. A Set of German HJ Cloth Insignia
  • Germany, HJ. A Set of German HJ Cloth Insignia
  • Germany, HJ. A Set of German HJ Cloth Insignia

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Germany, HJ. A Set of German HJ Cloth Insignia

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Germany, HJ. A Set of German HJ Cloth Insignia

(Ärmelabzeichen). A set two HJ cloth insignia, including a HJ diamond constructed of red, white, and black embroidery, the reverse presents GES. GESCH. In red embroidery, measuring 52 mm (w) x 88 mm (h), and in near very fine condition. Accompanied by a Deutsche Jungvolk (German Youth) Sigrune sleeve badge, constructed of a tan rayon backing, the obverse presents a white Sigrune over a red circular field, measuring 52 mm in diameter, and in near very fine condition.

 

Footnote: Previously removed from a Third Reich political party podium flag. An Allied Soldier picked up this flag and added on German insignia, eventually sewing and attaching eighty-seven German Second War period embroidered and printed insignia, including twenty-five various shoulder boards, rank insignia, collar patches, breast eagles, medal ribbons, Naval trade badges, and cap insignia, all of which have now been removed.

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