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    Hi folks , can anybody tell me if it's genuine or not please, thanks
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    Makers mark assman

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    The fat blunt pins are not what i am used to seeing. Can you show the makers mark?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    This is the only other pic available at the mo

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    Quote by dasreich View Post
    This is the only other pic available at the mo
    That is a different badge, note the shape of the tips of the pins. I would forget this and move on, these badges are cheap and common to find.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Sorry that was my fault,downloaded the wrong pic, those three are the ones available at the mo

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    This is a obvious fake.

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    looking at previous threads it seems that flat pins were used in some cases at the end of the war

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    Clearer pic of the back
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    Quote by dasreich View Post
    looking at previous threads it seems that flat pins were used in some cases at the end of the war
    No one said flat pins were not used, rather fat blunt pins. Comparing this type against the late war type with edge tab pins does not affect comments on this version
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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