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    Sign on bakelite handle? what is or for whom?
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    (handles on CoppelGmbh 1938 WaA218 )
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    Hi SRB...Im not sure of the Internal Markings on these grip plates..but one of the Bayo Guys will be along shortly. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    I would imagine that is the logo of the manufacturer.

    There is a list of makers in this thread. You may be able to match the initials.

    WW 2 - 3rd Reich era plastic markings on the fieldgear etc

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    my thought too.

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    maybe E4 - Paul Jatow, Dodendorf bei Magdeburg !?

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    maybe E4 - Paul Jatow, Dodendorf bei Magdeburg !?
    That one seems the most likely!....
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    The WaA243 is there? it should be Mundlos piece probably.

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    Just to confirm; this is definitely the maker's logo for Paul Jatow, Dodendorf (bez Magdeburg). The firm used this as their trademark for phenolic items until they were assigned the E4 MPD code. My thoughts only .....

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