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Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen Grossmann&Co

Article about: Good day to everyone! Would like to show You my latest addition- ISA made by Grossmann&Co,one of the rarest makers of those badges. It's not that easy to find those in any condition,at l

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    Good day to everyone!
    Would like to show You my latest addition- ISA made by Grossmann&Co,one of the rarest makers of those badges.
    It's not that easy to find those in any condition,at least, it wasn't easy for me. I hope You will like it.

    With best wishes
    Peter
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    a bit salty but still nice silver issue one.

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    Hello peter

    Congrats on tracking down one of the most difficult solid zinc ISA's produced....

    I have always wondered if the efficient, but somewhat delicate hardware attachment system had something to do with the limited numbers of Grossman & Co. examples still around today.

    There looks to be some pitting on the surface of the badge; most likely this is from poor storage.
    I would apply a very light coating of Vaseline to this one.

    Nice find!

    Best Regards, fischer

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    Quote by fischer View Post
    Hello peter

    Congrats on tracking down one of the most difficult solid zinc ISA's produced....

    I have always wondered if the efficient, but somewhat delicate hardware attachment system had something to do with the limited numbers of Grossman & Co. examples still around today.

    There looks to be some pitting on the surface of the badge; most likely this is from poor storage.
    I would apply a very light coating of Vaseline to this one.

    Nice find!

    Best Regards, fischer
    Hello.
    Thanks,fischer.
    Is there some specific Vaseline I should use? Or some that I should avoid? I have seen different kinds of it in the shops.
    Thanks again
    Peter

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    This one will work good...just remember less is more.

    Best Regards, fischer
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    Thanks,fischer. After my badge will meet this vaseline I will post some images
    Peter

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