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Post war Imperial Naval wound badge Raw stamp

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    Default Post war Imperial Naval wound badge Raw stamp

    Just purchased this and would like to know if it's the real thing?
    Can anyone help?
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    Thank you in advance!
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    It is a die for a Naval wound badge. Jim
    My word is my honor and bond. Currently looking for an EKI second model screw back Juncker spange. Also, marked EKI screw back cases.

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    Hi, thank you for your response!
    I thought it was a raw, unfinished strike from the die?

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    It could be that also, if it is it is the gold wound badge. Jim
    My word is my honor and bond. Currently looking for an EKI second model screw back Juncker spange. Also, marked EKI screw back cases.

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    All I know is that it's struck in a brass or tombak material so I'm not sure if it's the gold badge or simply an unpainted third class

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    Sorry, but IMO this is a phantasy item. Many details (swords, anchor) are quite different as in original pieces:

    Verwundetenabzeichen der Marine 1918 in Gold

    Verwundetenabzeichen der Marine 1918 in Silber

    greetings
    Tomasz
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    Are there no variations in design when this badge was in use?

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    It is an Assmann design & will be found listed as item # 16686 on page 136 of their catalogue.
    Here is a link to various catalogues from the GMIC forum:

    Schickle and other wartime catalogues. - Germany: Third Reich: State, Civil, NSDAP Awards & Decorations - Gentleman's Military Interest Club

    This style of badge can be found by scrolling down page 1 of the link.
    I noticed this particular planchet on eBay a while ago & cannot comment on originality.

    Edit: here's a better picture from the catalogue:

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...d-bad-fw77.jpg

    Regards
    Brett
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    Quote by Brett View Post
    It is an Assmann design & will be found listed as item # 16686 on page 136 of their catalogue. /.../
    Thank you, Brett. We learn something new every day Never seen ready badge in this design.

    greetings
    Tomasz

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    Thank you for your help, I do see the Assmann background pattern, now!
    Apparently it was sold from German in the 80s along with others so even if it's not period, then it's an inexpensive, interesting piece

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