A Deutsche Jungvolk Armscheibe. This would be worn on the left sleeve below the district triangle. It is constructed out of a brown rayon base with white and green machine embroidered cotton stitching. The square diamond shaped obverse features a white centrally placed Sigrune (official DJ emblem) surrounded by a green round border above a brown base. Two edges have been folded over and stitched together. The reverse has a glued on white and red rectangular paper RZM tag in perfect condition. It measures approximately 3 1/2 inches wide and tall. In April 1936 the Oberbann system was discontinued and with it the assorted colored Sigrune sleeve badges were also discontinued. However a Sigrune sleeve badge consisting of a red disc with white Sigrune continued to be worn to signify general membership in the DJ for EM/NCO’s ranks. Scarce short lived insignia, these colored example don’t turn up too often
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