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    My first Photos, opinions? I am sure that scanners work better but I just have camera for these. Thanks Mike



    Any ID on these persons would help...
    Hi Mike, The fat Luftwaffe General is GFM Hugo Sperrle. Im sure we can name more, as some are well known. Thanks
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    Thanks Bill again an amazing photo and you are right of course that the two most vunlerable spots on a tank are the underbelly including the tracks of course and the rear of the tank in around the engine compartment area I think a lot of that is do to the angle of the armor plating thoe .

    Regards Mark K

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    WOW I can't believe you know these guys! COOL what about the tank panzer man in black, would he be SS with the panzer colar tabs?

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    Here is a photo of a Heer man with a splinter CAMO helmet cover (stahlhelm-uberzuge) with stick grenades! my only pic of wehrmacht helmet cover

    MARK- he is a Heer Panzerman, not SS. He is very familiar aslo...but cant think of name right now
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    Bill here are the back of each photo,

    Here are the backs of the photos to give a better compare, I don't want to spend anymore if they are not leget, is the word stamp Russian or German?

    Tell me what you think?

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    Hi Mark, I really am truly sorry...I hate being the one to tell!! Unfortunately these are what are known as "Russian Archive" photos. They are indeed images that were printed postwar, many of which are Well known images of KC winners, SS pics, etc. Here is the reverse of my bad Russian photo to compare. Mine has only the pencil scribble, but same paper is used for printing and same Cut around the edges. One thing to easily ID these is the "yellowish color" printed with Sepia process.
    The good thing is that you found some awesome images, so no matter what....you have some cool photos!

    I will post the russian fake first....then another type of fake made to trick collectors

    see link: eBay Guides - FAKE photos of WWII Leader on eBay
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    Hi Mark, I really am truly sorry...I hate being the one to tell!! Unfortunately these are what are known as "Russian Archive" photos. They are indeed images that were printed postwar, many of which are Well known images of KC winners, SS pics, etc. Here is the reverse of my bad Russian photo to compare. Mine has only the pencil scribble, but same paper is used for printing and same Cut around the edges. One thing to easily ID these is the "yellowish color" printed with Sepia process.
    The good thing is that you found some awesome images, so no matter what....you have some cool phot

    I will post the russian fake first....then another type of fake made to trick collectors
    Would they glow in the black light Bill?

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    here is a fake that is all over Ebay. The fakers go as far as using fake stampers to put paper printing company logos like "Agfa Brovira", Agfa Lupex" etc.

    If you can see....the Agfa marks are NOT in the correct location on the paper. Also, if u look closely...you can see that the markings are not aligned correctly. One is pointing upwards, while the other is more straight. This doesnt happen on period prints. Please anyone feel free to ask questions before you buy any photos you are unsure of....or just wanna double check! There are alot of knowledgable members here that can help

    This is the "ADOLF MULLER" Fake (meant to decieve)
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    EBAY FAKE (FAKE MAKER STAMPS)
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    EBAY FAKE (FAKE MAKER STAMPS)
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    Quote by Panzer1031 View Post
    here is a fake that is all over Ebay. The fakers go as far as using fake stampers to put paper printing company logos like "Agfa Brovira", Agfa Lupex" etc.

    If you can see....the Agfa marks are NOT in the correct location on the paper. Also, if u look closely...you can see that the markings are not aligned correctly. One is pointing upwards, while the other is more straight. This doesnt happen on period prints. Please anyone feel free to ask questions before you buy any photos you are unsure of....or just wanna double check! There are alot of knowledgable members here that can help

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    EBAY FAKE (FAKE MAKER STAMPS)
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    Cool comparsion, thanks for all the info, OH you mailbox is full too hehe

    Mike

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    Would they glow in the black light Bill?
    Mark, to be honest.....there are some that WILL NOT glow. A reason why the blacklight test is only good as a "checking test", and if it does glow....then I wouldnt trust it. But if it doesnt glow, then you should still use other methods to determine a period printed photo.
    If you take your fingertip to the corner of the photo paper and peel the first layer off..... that inside layer...will most likely glow. But the Ebay fake and SOME Russian fakes are made so that the front "layers" will not glow.

    FAKE is word that isnt so easy when it comes to ww2 photos. The ones Ive posted are being sold as Period Printed photos, so in my book they are FAKE.
    BUT, alot of soldiers took pictures during the war....but didnt develop the photos until they got home, sometimes years later. These are still ORIGINAL photos, but are obviously not period printed. So photos in that situation should have some type of provenance if you are going to buy them IMO.
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