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Hj memberbadge for buttonhole and marked with '800'

Article about: I obtained this HJ badge in good condition, Its is marked RZm M1/148 and on the buttonholepiece with "800". I guess this piece must be rare, is It the case? Thanks.

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    Default Hj memberbadge for buttonhole and marked with '800'

    I obtained this HJ badge in good condition, Its is marked RZm M1/148 and on the buttonholepiece with "800". I guess this piece must be rare,
    is It the case? Thanks.
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    Sid

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    It is a first for me.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    A solid silver buttonhole HJ badge? I've never seen such a thing either... I like it.
    William

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

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    Sid

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    I can not comment on its origins but with the flat attachment bar it kind of reminds me of a cuff link. Just a thought.

    Hummel
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    would like to see Jo Rivetts take on this one what i will say the actual badge is still a silvered bronze planchet , and the button hole attachment is sold silver, would you agree mate?

    wait to see if Jo knows any info on it or has seen one Sid ( if anybody has its him lol )


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    Indeed, It's only the attachment that should be silver. Thanks. ;-)
    Kind Regards,
    Sid

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    Nice piece!

    It was made by Heinrich Ulbrichts in Austria. Being from Austria may explain the, different than German, type attachment.

    Mark

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