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IEB, Pi and one Hungarian unissued

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    Default IEB, Pi and one Hungarian unissued

    Please enjoy these three id-discs.
    Two German and one Hungarian.
    I believe the Hungarian to be unissued since it is missing the identity-code and blood group of the soldier.
    The IEB-disc is not at all in good condition, instead bent and oxidized.
    The "Pi-disc" was my most recent find in a local gathering for collectors.
    For those who want to see an issued Hungarian id-disc, please look at this link:

    http://warrelics.eu/forum/axis-milit...og-tags-14566/

    As usual, please tell me your thoughts on these discs.

    Best regards
    Anders
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    Default Re: IEB, Pi and one Hungarian unissued

    Sorry Anders- you're not asking for confirmation these are authentic, are you? Just comments if there are any? I really like the Infanterie disc because although it has a bit of corrosion, it's nothing terrible and the text is nice- 3 different 'fonts' and stampers, which is good to see, and the Pionier disc is a beautiful example of a disc that was worn for a very long time- the zinc Erkennungsmarken were made of isn't exactly a soft metal so to have cord wear that deep means it spent quite a while around the soldier's neck...
    Ohhhhh- pillage then burn...

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    Default Re: IEB, Pi and one Hungarian unissued

    Hi Matt.
    You are so right, this time I wanted to show you all my latest purchase.
    I was reasonalby confident in the authenticity of the discs.
    Since I am sure more members on this forum have id-discs my hope is that they also will show us their discs.
    I hope to see them whether there is questions to ask or not.

    Best regards
    Anders

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