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My first infanterie sturmabzeichen in bronze

Article about: Hi people! This is my first infanterie sturmabzeichen in bronze, came from Belgium today! Its a tombak hollow unmarked Mayer. I have to picture it on daylight, looks much better. Little oxid

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    Hi people! This is my first infanterie sturmabzeichen in bronze, came from Belgium today! Its a tombak hollow unmarked Mayer. I have to picture it on daylight, looks much better. Little oxidation on the reverse, nothing serious.

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    My dream - pink hue DAK M35/40 and a Jon Lord spec C3

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    Very nice example of an unmarked buntmetal Infanterie Sturmabzeichen with the later standardised flat wire catch that indicates it was indeed made by B.H.Mayer using the original Schickle die. You won't ever lose money on this baby, well done!
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    that's a nice one.

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    Catched some sun while its still out... clouds clouds clouds
    This is for sure the best medal ive ever had!
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    Hi there,

    It looks a very nice example!!!

    Congratulations on your first bronze Infanterie Sturmabzeichen, but becareful they are very addictive

    Best regards.
    jordi

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    What do you think about the oxidation, could it spread?
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    Not if you look after it. It's lasted seventy years with 95% of the finish intact and the minor greyness on the back doesn't detract.
    Keep it in a dry and stable environment and it will see you out!

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    good.

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    Good then. It is always in a room where i am. Then it shouldnt be a problem lasting longer then im gonna last
    Ex username - DTVPKING

    My dream - pink hue DAK M35/40 and a Jon Lord spec C3

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    A very nice Mayer, what Adrian said is correct. Congrats Stewy

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