Waffen-SS five-pieced insignia-lot that belonged to an NCO ('Oberscharführer') who served within the SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 6 "Theodor Eicke" and that comes in a worn and/or tunic-removed condition. The set comprises of a BeVo-woven (and clearly tunic-removed) cuff-title (which measures approximately 42 cms. and that shows some slight fraying on both its ends), a matching and woolen-based (RzM-style) collar-tab pair (showing the rarely seen horizontally mounted machine-embroidered skull and the remains of a once present RzM-etiket) and a standard-pattern, machine-embroidered RzM-style arm-eagle of the pattern that was worn throughout the war. The rank-tab shows some minimal moth damage whereas the skull-tab misses one of its woolen-based flaps (as can be seen on the pictures). All insignia-pieces show equal wear, age and/or staining and were presumably worn as a set.