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  • Edward
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    Originally posted by pauke View Post
    Seems a little odd to me that there is no date listed as to when the "right to wear" note was issued or is this on part of the paper we can't see here?
    Have only seen two school examples in passbooks. Neither were dated.

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  • Edward
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    Slip of paper looks legitimate. Auction description is incorrect. From the auction, “signed in pencil by the commander of staff of the 462 ID.” The document was signed by the Major u. Inspk. Chef Schule VI für Fahnenjunker der Infanterie. The stamp was partially cut off at the bottom. From other entries in the Soldbuch it is connected to the schools 10. Inspektion. Which was also the command held by the Major who signed the doc. Likely the last school class before the war ended.

    Worn also by both staff and students while assigned to the school. Once reassigned the armelband was to be removed from the uniform.

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  • Kyle Harrington
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    Metz 1944

    Glaser,

    The answer to your question is I do not know.The CT was awarded to thoses who fought as one would assume.I have posted images of the Soldbuch where his confirmation of being an officer candidate is included.Here is an image of an award ceremony, as to when ????? All curious stuff !
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  • glaser
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    Originally posted by Kyle Harrington View Post
    Please excuse the paper entry I thought it might be interesting for those interested in the Metz Cuff Title
    Very interesting paper, for what reason did he had to remove the cufftitle after his course? That's not common practice?

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  • pauke
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    Seems a little odd to me that there is no date listed as to when the "right to wear" note was issued or is this on part of the paper we can't see here?

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  • TP Alexander
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    Originally posted by Kyle Harrington View Post
    Please excuse the paper entry I thought it might be interesting for those interested in the Metz Cuff Title
    Always happy to have fresh information or regulations regarding wear of the cuff title or photos of it worn by recipient!!

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  • Kyle Harrington
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    Hello TP

    Please excuse the paper entry I thought it might be interesting for those interested in the Metz Cuff Title

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  • Kyle Harrington
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    Instructions as to use

    Here is an order as to the wearing of the Metz Cuff Title from a Soldbuch clearly instructing the recipient as to where he can wear the title:
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  • TP Alexander
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    Date:
    04-13-2020
    Thread:
    http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru....php?t=1041766
    Started by:
    Kyle HArrington
    Photo Attribution:
    Kyle Harrington
    Caption:
    Metz Cuff Title
    Hello all is this a 1st type or 2nd, all responses greatly apprecaited

    Kyle
    Judgement:
    Real
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  • Kyle Harrington
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    Metz 1944

    Good evening gents,

    Is this a Type 1 Metz 1944 CT?

    I appreciate your time
    Kyle
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  • TP Alexander
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    Date:
    03-29-2020
    Thread:
    http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru....php?t=1039731
    Started by:
    chahler
    Photo Attribution:
    chahler
    Caption:
    Metz 1944
    Hi , it’s not textbook example but it’s this one have a chance to be ok ?
    All opinions are appreciated.
    Judgement:
    Repro


    (It's really great that we went to 10 images a post. Saves a lot of space and time!!0
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  • kaiserwilhelm2
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    Great thread - thanks to everyone who contributed and of course to the initiator!

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  • FrenchVolunteer
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    Hi,

    Type 2, Lot 6405, HH 70, May 11, 2015.
    Courtesy of Hermann Historica.

    See You

    Vince
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  • FrenchVolunteer
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    Hi,

    i'm posting the pictures of two HH previous auctions that disappeared over the years.

    Type 2, Lot 4127, HH 63, October 29, 2011.
    Courtesy of Hermann Historica.

    See You

    Vince
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  • glaser
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    Type 2, Lot 6405, HH 70, May 11, 2015.
    Courtesy of Hermann Historica.

    3000 euro

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