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    Just posted a pair of PB so might as well post a couple of these.
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    Your Carl Wide badge seems absolutely similar to mine. I think that's a good one!

    Greg.

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    Quote by greg59 View Post
    Your Carl Wide badge seems absolutely similar to mine. I think that's a good one!

    Greg.
    Carl Wilde for me too. But I'd like better pics of the catch. Second looks like a Mayer, but I think this design has been attributed to a different maker. Fischer's more up to speed than me on ISA's. Stewy

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    both look ok.

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    Hi Guys

    I agree with what has been stated, both are nice originals.

    The Carl Wild example is the same variation as Stewy's very nice packet set. I refer to this example as the Design Type-Die 1.
    The sheet metal hinge-formed base fits precisely inside the raised guide lines on the reverse.

    The second looks to be a tombak example referred to as the Otto Schickle/BHMayer variant.
    Links to both Schickle and Mayer has been established using forensics (Schickle) and with some examples found with a marked L/18 (Mayer) stamped on the badge pin.
    Neither attribution is conclusive for numerous reasons and the search for additional information continues.

    Best Regards, fischer

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