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Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber

Article about: my new Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber semi hollow made from zink imo the maker will be deschler or wiedmann just for sharing gr andreas

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    my new Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber semi hollow made from zink
    imo the maker will be deschler or wiedmann

    just for sharing
    gr andreas

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    looks ok to me a 5 stem one,shame about the finish.

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    bought it in a lot together with the pab ,was a steel i guess....haha

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    For me this is an unmarked semi hollow SHuCo design IAB with a pretty uncommon rear set up that utilises the lily pad hinge. Not often seen in this configuration I reckon.

    Regards, Ned.
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    wow ...nice i dint expect that !!!
    great ifo !
    THANKS BIG NED !

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    For me this is an unmarked semi hollow SHuCo design IAB with a pretty uncommon rear set up that utilises the lily pad hinge. Not often seen in this configuration I reckon.

    Regards, Ned.
    Agreed, nice find. Stewy

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    I agree with everyone else's opinion of this one.

    It's a semi-hollow, 5-vein S.H.u.Co Design with the Lily Pad hinge/set-up.

    Recently, I came across a packet set that had this example with a blue zellstoff addressed to the Idar-Oberstein firm, Gottlieb & Wagner.

    Now, this one set does not confirm attribution of the semi-hollow S.H.u.Co Design ISA to G&W as it could be a "married" set, but it is interesting IMO.

    Best Regards, fischer

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    Please can someone explain the term 5-vain ??
    im not familiar with this type of medal
    thanks!
    im still learning and its my 3th medal of this type ...

    gr andreas

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    im only seen thise kind of catch and hing with the vwa ,and thats why i assumed the maker was wiedmann or deschler ....
    thats why i bought the medal ...Lucky shot i guess...

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    On the S.H.u.Co. and S.H.u.Co. Design examples, it is the number of veins in the 1R wreath leaf position.

    Best Regards, fischer
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