Translation & Possible Value of this pass?

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Translation & Possible Value of this pass?

Post by OSUFFAN » 06 Oct 2020 22:50

First time poster. I have looked at the rules and I think I am okay with this post, but if not, let me know.

I know this is some kind of pass. But I can't find any info on the signature and I have yet to get a complete translation.

Is the 9.41 September of 1941? I would like to know if anyone "famous" signed this. I would like to get a complete translation if possible. I would also like to know from where the person was traveling from and to if it is on there somewhere. Is there any way to know what unit, division, etc. the person was from.

Lastly are these rare or common? And are there any opinions on the value?

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Re: Translation & Possible Value of this pass?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 07 Oct 2020 00:17

As for value and rarity, surprisingly common and many are availabe for low prices. Go to any good regional militaria show such as TMCA or the big ones, many different types of these are in showvcases and on tables.AS for who AND INFORMATION HAVE NO CLUE

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Re: Translation & Possible Value of this pass?

Post by GregSingh » 07 Oct 2020 07:33

Well, there is no much to translate.
Bearer of this pass is allowed to have a night leave up to 2:22am.

There is a Feldpost number on the stamp I think 17684 ?
Check here : ... st-numbers
There is no date on this pass, so it could be tricky to identify which unit issued it.
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