Xmas present for myself this year. M.40 Heer NS 64 D172 named to "Obk. Frankenberger." "F.P.Nr. 10076 B" . Obk. = Oberkanonier, which was roughly equivalent to a private first class in an artillery unit for US troops at the time. That Feldpostnummer, 10076 B , was for the 7 Batterie Stellungs-Werfer-Regiment 101, a heavy nebelwerfer (rocket launching) mobile / mechanized unit which fought from June 6, 1944 on D-Day until it was destroyed by 4th Infantry Div. and 101st Airborne troops in the fight to Cherbourg from Utah Beach. It is unusual to find items tied to nebelwerfer units, particularly attached to the Normandy fighting.