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German Bugle : fake or not ???

Article about: Hi all I need your help on this item: Is this an authentic German horn? Here are some photos: thank you for your help and replies. Have a nice day Manu

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    Question German Bugle : fake or not ???

    Hi all

    I need your help on this item: Is this an authentic German horn?

    Here are some photos:









    thank you for your help and replies.

    Have a nice day

    Manu

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    Here is an original example...I suspect the insignia on yours is a postwar addition...
    cheers, Glenn
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    Thank you for your reply Glenn.

    it is possible that the bugle is original but not the insignia?

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    Yes, quite sure it's an original bugle...Hopefully a more knowledgeable member will offer his opinions as well...
    Glenn

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    bad badge.

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    Bugle does not meet III Reich specifications i.e the bugle only had two eye rings one affixed to the rim of the bell and the other affixed to the tube of the mouthpiece connection --
    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Even the bulge doesn't strike me as being German, but rather British. The insignia is bad, very bad.

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    Probably manufactured in India or Pakistan. The eagle on it is terrible-it looks like a magpie. About the only good looking part of it seems to be the mouthpiece. Definitely not a TR trumpet, though.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Probably manufactured in India or Pakistan. The eagle on it is terrible-it looks like a magpie. About the only good looking part of it seems to be the mouthpiece. Definitely not a TR trumpet, though.
    What an insult to all those beautiful magpie's! The bird on this bulge doesn't look like a magpie, its looks more like a blind chicken!

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    Don't like it either. But just curious why do you use an insignia patch from Ohio?

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