The program is printed on a heavy paper stock that has clearly oxidized over the years, assuming an aged look that clearly denotes it as being completely original to the World War II era in every respect. A single metal staple, which also displays considerable age, is still in place in the center of the program's spine, holding all of its pages together.
While the corners and spine of this program each display signs of extensive wear and tear, it remains in good to excellent condition overall and could easily serve as a center piece all by itself for any collection of SS or German WWII era paper items.
BELOW is an enlarged view of the white helmet and oak leaf water mark centered on the program's back cover. BELOW BOTTOM is a view of the entire program laying face down with its front and back covers exposed.
Age and wear marks
appear in the program's spine and corners.
A white helmet and oak leaf watermark appears centered in back cover of the concert program
Flat, thin German WWII Era style
Metal Staple
Oak Leaf Frame around LAH Pole Top and Standard with DAF emblems on each of its corners.