NSKOV Armband Gau Saarland

Condition: Good

Material: Wool

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Product Description: The NSKOV Armband  was used for members of an Organzation for seriously wounded veterans as well as frontline fighters of World War I. Despite the moth holes throughout the dark blue wool, this NSKOV Armband is in relatively good condition. The armband reads “NSKOV/Gau Saarland”,  which denotes the location of the member. The lettering is finished  in a gray cotton thread. The small badge, worn by the organization, can be found in the center of the armband. The band is lined on the top and bottom edges with an aluminum trip. The back of the NSKOV Armband is open and is not stitched together.


Historical Description:  Nearly every military, civil, political and paramilitary organization in existence during the Third Reich used armbands. Armbands were worn on military and civilian uniforms and also on civilian clothes, from suit jackets to work clothing. They were used to denote membership in organizations, to indicate a specific role or function of the bearer, and as insignia of rank. Many organizations would change the design of their armbands over time, which added to the variety produced. These were manufactured in countless variations, ranging from simple printed bands to elaborately hand-embroidered pieces of the highest quality. Some Nazi armbands were worn by all members of large organizations and were made by the millions. Others were intended for use at a specific time and place and were unique. Many types were made in very limited numbers. Some bore metal insignia or special identifiers that indicated the wearer’s rank, unit affiliation, or nationality. Armbands were sometimes but not always marked with ink stamps by the issuing authorities.


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