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Old 10-28-2015, 11:37 AM   #1
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Found some of these when I was in my Potsdam Storage last time.
Interesting, because you can see all the produced sizes and the label also tells what's inside.
Here, by the white Label, it's a White Shirt-Blouse, the "L" stands for Land/Luft and the size and quantity marked in the Table.
Next time when I'm there I try to find one for grey and for Navy Shirts.
(hope I won't forget it)
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Old 10-29-2015, 04:30 AM   #2
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Genossen, On the subject of storage packaging, I have two cardboard boxes that once held pairs of the dull grey NVA socks.

The Box is marked for the MdI.

The rubbish I hold dear, makes me wonder sometimes!
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Old 11-06-2015, 03:53 PM   #3
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I still have the plastic bags, pins and plastic collar clips that my unissued hemdblusen came packed with.
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Old 11-06-2015, 08:47 PM   #4
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I still have the plastic bags, pins and plastic collar clips that my unissued hemdblusen came packed with.
i do own one packed like this
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Old 11-10-2015, 02:23 PM   #5
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I still have the plastic bags, pins and plastic collar clips that my unissued hemdblusen came packed with.
Even the small items can be interesting! Personally, i like the magazine-pages that you can find inside unissued visor-caps!
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Old 12-14-2017, 12:15 PM   #6
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Maybe I convert this to a Package Thread.
Found this some day's ago in My storage.
somewhere I must have the same with Prisons Collars too.
Hope this one is better to read.
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WOW!!! thanks for the updated thread...
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When I'm back in my other Storage, I try to find the Air Force Uniform Boxes.
I think to remember, that there even the Base is marked where they were delivered to.
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Today a Box for 100 Signals Qualification Clasps, 2nd Class.
Packed and Checked 1988.
Today I use them to sort all of my small Badges in Storage.
I think there are nearly all of them Present.
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Thanks much for the addition to the thread.
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Prison Collars & Trapo Field Svc. Boards-
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From a Box of 1983 female Uniform Vests.
Delivered to Prossen Depot 2, Not far from Pirna or Dresden.
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The vests are still inside the box? if yes, can you show The stamps if they are stamped? tanks!!
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Because the Boxes were dmaged, I took them out, but I have some left in the Shelf, so I can look for the Makers Code.
In the large Storage, right to my Shop Storgae I have some Boxes left, originally filled with Male Air Force Clothing.
Can check them too, but it'll take some time as it's filled up to the ceiling.
I even can't climb over the piles.
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