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    I just joined your forum and would like to introduce myself. I have been collection spanges for about 10 years and have almost all known spanges. I am retired military (user name) and also retired from foreign service. I am posting a list all of known spanges that I and others have compiled.

    EKI SPANGES

    First Style:

    unmarked possibly Juncker Pin Back
    Thick Pin

    L/57 Boerger Pin Back
    screw back

    unmarked possibly Maybauer Pin Back


    Second Style:

    L/10? DESCHLER (only seen the box)

    L/11 DEUMER screw back
    Pin back
    L/11 marked 800

    L/12 JUNCKER 1A with swollen pin
    1B 2-piece SB
    1C SB marked L/12
    Zinc Unm

    L/13 MEYBAUER BM
    Zinc

    L/14

    L/15 SCHICKLE Pin Back
    Screw back

    L/16 S&L Zinc
    Buntmetal

    L/17 Hermann
    Wernstein Pin Back

    L/18 MAYER no-veins
    long-veins
    short veins
    Screw back
    L/18 Schickle made

    L/52 Zimmermann

    L/53 HYMANN Pin Back
    Screw back

    L/54 Schauerte
    & Hohfeld Veins


    L/56 FUNCKE Pin Back
    Buntmetal

    L/57 Boerger Buntmetal Screw Back BM two disc
    Buntmetal Pin Back
    Zinc Screw Back
    Zinc Pin Back


    unmarked unknown #1
    Unmarked #2

    INTERMEDIATE

    unmarked P&L Screw back Zinc
    Pin Back partial veins BM
    PB W/O veins




    EK2 SPANGE

    Early Style:

    Juncker Thick Vein
    Thin Vein

    unmarked Boerger 4 prong(corner)
    4 prong (center)
    4 prong (round)
    2 prong
    W/O tail feathers
    Veins
    Textured
    Zinc

    unmarked possibly Deumer

    unmarked 'intermediate'

    unknown Maybauer (I added)


    Second Style:

    PRINZEN:

    Deumer two prongs
    Deumer four prongs

    unm L/15 two prong
    four prong

    L/16 TWO PRONG
    FOUR PRONG

    unknown Four Prong

    FULL SIZE:

    L/11 BM Type A
    BM Type B
    BM small L/11
    Zinc

    Juncker Full vein (zinc)
    Half vein


    L/13 segment claw Zinc
    segment claw Buntmetal
    smooth claw
    loops


    L/14

    L/15 Two Prong
    Four Prong

    L/16 Four Prong
    Two Prong

    L/17

    L/18 no-veins
    Veins

    L/52

    L/53 no-veins
    veins

    L/56 Veins
    no-veins
    Zinc

    L/57
    Round pins

    111 unmarked Ziemer&Sohne (a.k.a: BigEye)

    55 Hammer & Sohne

    UNK believed to be same maker as the Prinzen unknown spange.

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    welcome,pics would be v/nice.

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    Welcome to the Forum!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Yes,

    Welcome. With a collection like that what took you so long......

    Pictures next to each of these would be an invaluable resource for reference.

    Regards

    Michael
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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    Welcome sir.

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    Hello and Welcome,

    Looking forward to seeing some pictures of your collection.

    Jonathan.

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    Welcome Jim and I hope you enjoy your stay here!
    I will figure out a way to make your list a pinned thread here, possibly even a data base addition to this section.
    Ralph.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Thank you for your welcoming comments. I will provide input to a database. Here are pictures of my collection. Jim
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    Thanks and welcome. I have one Spange in my collection. Would enjoy comparing some time to those in your collection. NH

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    Jim,

    Again welcome and in the same vein not trying to wear out my own here...

    But is it possible to get nice close ups front and back of each? Lots of work I know, but the benefits would be extremely helpful. You can even do it over time. Especially if this is a pinned thread.

    And by the way...amazing collection!

    Michael
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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