Jamie Cross Collectables 
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(MB62) An SS Border Security Police Officer's Cuffband being the flat wire woven band entitled GRENZ-POLIZEI. The band has been removed from a tunic and shortened one side as a result and is a seven strand example. Superceded in 1941, the band only had a short existence of about 3 years. Very rare to find. Probably the hardest police cuff title there is to find.

GBP 795.00 (UK Pounds)

(N803) A Waffen SS Enlisted Man's Cufftitle for the "Horst Wessel" Division The band is the bevo woven type and is in very good condition, Being a full length cuff title it was for the 18.SS-Freiwilligen- Panzergrenadier-Division "Horst Wessel". This division comprised mostly of Volksdeutsche Germans. This is a machine woven black rayon construction cufftitle with BeVo machine woven Latin script, "Horst Wessel" in silvery/grey cotton thread. The cufftitle is bordered at both the top and bottom edges with interwoven, vertically stitched, silvery/grey cotton thread. The cufftitle has the typical "salt & pepper" pattern reverse.The letters are very clear. A scarce piece of very desirable SS cloth. The division proved itself with a good reputation for a later numbered SS unit. The only downside being there is a piece of wear and a nick out off the cuffband on the front of one of ends. Other than this, it would have been classed as very good condition GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(K167) A Nice example of a Rare to find bevo woven Adolf Hitler Cuffband. The band is a Textbook example and is of full length, with wording on it but the stitching runs through it at the end, so it is hard to decipher, as you can see from the scan. The band has been not well looked after as can be seen from the scan, with a tear into it as well as a hole. Very rare to find and priced for condition.


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