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Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Bronze

Article about: I have just bought this Infantry Assault badge mede of bronze, and it has makers mark: M. K. 4 Is there else anything to comment or additional info Best regards Annoyed from this ads?  

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    I have just bought this Infantry Assault badge mede of bronze, and it has makers mark: M. K. 4
    Is there else anything to comment or additional info
    Best regards
    John
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    Hi there, pics ain't the best but I think it's okay. Stewy

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    M.K were part of the Gablonz conglomerate. Stewy

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    As Stewy says, part of the Gablonz gang. The set up for the M.K.4 IAB in bronze was identical to the Tank Assault Badge in this thread currently running on the forum. Note the flat topped ball hinge and the flatwired catch that's wider at the top than the bottom.

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    As Stewy says, part of the Gablonz gang. The set up for the M.K.4 IAB in bronze was identical to the Tank Assault Badge in this thread currently running on the forum. Note the flat topped ball hinge.

    Panzerkampfabzeichen in Bronze

    Regards, Ned.
    Good call mate! Stewy

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    Hi John

    I agree with what my two friends have stated, a good M.K.4 in bronze grade from the Gablonz area.
    It is unfortunate about the missing hardware.

    The M.K.4 examples are the second most common ISA in the M.K. 1-7 series with the M.K.5 being the rarest and the M.K.1 the most prevalent.

    That said, the M.K.4 in bronze is not encountered often and even though the hardware is missing, this badge is still somewhat collectible.

    Best regards, fischer

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    Hi Fischer
    Thank you very much for all the additional info, tible,hough missing some hardware the item as you mention is still collectible, it is in good condition and looks nice, I will see if I can get hold of a complte specimen.
    Regards
    John

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