himmler personal documents for sale

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Xavier
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himmler personal documents for sale

Post by Xavier » 20 Dec 2002 01:12

some original Id's (with pics) for sale at http://www.manions.com woth checking

included his BAYERN JAGD-KARTE (HUNTING PERMIT) 1933
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Interesting

Post by Matt Gibbs » 20 Dec 2002 08:43

Hmm, Not usre whether I like that permit or not, I might do depending on whether the picture of HH is attached to the card or just laid over it. To me I would actually hope it's not, to be honest that doesn't really look like a 'quick snap' id portrait... and I have seen that picture before somewhere in a book... just my thoughts, anyone else..?

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well

Post by Xavier » 20 Dec 2002 16:08

well, documents are not my specialty, but there is a series of documents related to himmler that showed up forauction at manions at the same time, including post war permits to his wife and other close relatives, and some other himmelr related docuemnts, as if they are coming from same state.....

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 21 Dec 2002 00:10

I don't think that the picture and ID card are worn equally, but it's hard to tell...

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Post by Peter » 23 Dec 2002 19:11

the rubber stamp seems to disappear beneath the photo on the right hand side and there seems to be some writing appearing from beneath it just above Heinrich's hair.

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Post by Brig » 05 Jan 2003 05:01

I don't know. I know some people who think Manions is absolutely the best, and I know others who wouldn't touch it with a 100 foot pole

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