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Paul Meybauer EK1

Article about: Hi folks i don't really collect EK1's but this was going for a song & i was intrigued by the catch repair. Stewy S

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    Hi folks i don't really collect EK1's but this was going for a song & i was intrigued by the catch repair. Stewy S
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    Don't know much about these crosses, but it sure looks good Stewy.
    Interesting catch repair, never seen this before.
    Tom

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    It may have been purposefully done by a jeweler as a locking devise. Have seen locking/retaining devises installed on badges before. Examples, Pilots badge and a GAU badge.

    --dj--Joe

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    Stewy,

    Nice looking cross, and the catch repair is a new one to me too.
    If it went for a song, it was well worth picking up!
    Thanks for showing it.

    Regards - Danny

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    Thanks Danny. I think i got it cheap,what's the value of a Meybauer in this condition but with an original catch? Stewy S

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    very interesting and unique repair...

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    Quote by Stewy S View Post
    Thanks Danny. I think i got it cheap,what's the value of a Meybauer in this condition but with an original catch? Stewy S
    Hi Stewy,
    To be honest, I'm not sure! I paid €180 for my L/13 marked Meybauer with the later pin system. Case was not included. (On reflection, I think I overspent!)

    Regards - Danny
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