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Parts of uniforms and headgear consisting of armbands, collar tabs, shoulder boards, piping/tresse, buttons and patches typically made of either cloth or metal. Cloth insignia was constructed in machine-woven, machine embroidered or hand embroidery and in cotton, wool, metallic-wire, rayon or silk. Metal insignia was typically fabricated by means of die stamping, die forging or casting in materials such as silver, nickel, aluminum, copper, brass, zinc or steel. Prolific within all organizations; US Army, USMC, US Navy, Marine Corps, AAF, USAAF, CBI, Airborne, SF, Ranger, 1SSF, US Patches, Political, Red Cross, Police, Reichsbahn, Stahlhelm, NSDAP,SA, NSKK, NSKF, DLV, RAD, DAF, SS, SD, HJ, DJ, TENO, NPEA,

1938 Panzer Marksmanship Lanyard-Rare Grade-10

1 Rare Grade 10 Panzer Marksmanship Lanyard; typical silver brocade shooting cord with the addition of a Gold Tank badge along with Gold knots on each end of the cord and single Shell device; (Grade 11 had 2 shells & Grade 12, 3 shells); any of the grades 10-12 in gold are quite rare. Near Mint exceptional example-SOLD.



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