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  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle
  • Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle

Item: G10914

Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle

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Waffen-SS Prinz Eugen Cufftitle

EM/NCOs cufftitle of the 7th SS Volunteer Mountain Division Prinz Eugen; full length, approximately 48cm (or 19 inches), and approximately 27mm (1inch) wide, machine woven, RZM pattern, black rayon cufftitle with machine embroidered Gothic script: "Prinz Eugen” in silver/grey cotton threads; with one RZM tags attached to end. This textbook cufftitle is bordered at the top and bottom edges in horizontally woven, seven strands, in bright silver/aluminum threads. In unworn condition, but there are some small cuts in the cufftitle. Footnote: This item was brought back by US Army NCO C.H. Johnson, born in 1915, from Ohio, who was stationed at Camp Dachau in 1945; photocopy of his US Army Camp Dachau Identification Card (Nr.8063) will be accompanied with this item. C.H. Johnson was killed in a tragic car accident in 1972; souvenirs from Dachau he brought back (together with his uniform, photos, documents) were sold to a collector in Ohio, who in turn sold them to eMedals.
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