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Makers of the Nahkampfspange

Article about: Wilhelm Hobacher (Wien) Unmarked 1.10.1 (Side 152 The German Close Combat Clasp of WW2 Thomas M. Durante)

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    Default Makers of the Nahkampfspange

    Hi Guys, while reading some of the old posts which I have moved to this new sub forum, there does seem a little confusion about the makers of this award.

    This award was DESIGNED by Prof Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus of Berlin. He designed several awards. They were NOT made by him. The "FEC" in front of the name, is short for the Latin word "fecit". While that does mean "made by", in this context it simply refers to the designer.

    Known makers were:

    A.G.M. u. K (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Metalle und Kunststoffe, of Gablonz)
    FLL ( Friedrich Linden of Lüdenscheid )
    JFS ( Josef Feix und Söhne )
    CE Juncker, Berlin.
    F&BL (Funcke & Brüninghaus of Lüdenscheid)
    H&CL /L 53 double marked (Hymnen & Company of Lüdenscheid)
    GWL (Gebrüder Wegerhoff of Lüdenscheid)
    R.S. (Rudolf Souval of Wien)

    Unknown maker: the "6 dot" variant which holds the backing plate in place.

    Also bear in mind some are devoid of makers marks.

    Tom Durante's book has attempted to cover all these in great detail as there were many makers variations, especially those made by AGMuK.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Last edited by Adrian; 12-25-2012 at 01:05 PM.
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    Hi Ade,

    first i want say,congratulation for this idea to start a sub forum for the "Nahkampfspange".I don´t know if it is o.k for you when i write in this thread.When if it´s not o.k,than sorry and please delete it.

    Maybe i can help a little with pictures from clasps out of my collection for a little reference.

    May i add a few more makers to your list?

    Known makers were:

    A.G.M. u. K (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Metalle und Kunststoffe, Gablonz)
    FLL ( Friedrich Linden of Lüdenscheid )
    JFS ( Josef Feix und Söhne )
    CE Juncker, Berlin.


    F&BL (Funcke & Brüninghaus Lüdenscheid)
    H&CL /L 53 double marked (Hymnen & Company Lüdenscheid)
    GWL (Gebrüder Wegerhoff Lüdenscheid)
    R.S. (Rudolf Souval Wien)


    Cheers
    Joachim

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    Thanks Joachim that would be excellent!

    I have updated the list

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I will make a few new photos from my clasps in the next days.

    I have : (with maker mark)
    A.G.M. u. K.
    JFS
    Juncker
    Rudolf Souval

    Unmarked : possible maker!

    Steinhauer & Lück
    Hobacher
    Deschler (two different types)

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    Thank you for starting this thread and sub forum Ade. We see enough of these clasps posted to justify a dedicated forum.

    Joachim, your photos will be very welcome as you have some excellent collection of clasps.

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    A.G.M. u. K. (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Metall und Kunststoff Gablonz an der Neiße)

    A consortium of metal and synthetic material manufacturers who was located in the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia.

    1.1.1 Large Front CCC-Indented Crimp Backplate (Side 52 The German Close Combat Clasp of WW2 Thomas M. Durante)

    This maker used a aqua blue backplate!
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    JFS (Josef Feix & Söhne Gablonz an der Neiße)

    Also located in Gablonz like A.G.M u. K. share this maker the same obverse design to those by A.G.M. u. K.

    1.12.2 JFS Raised Designer`s Mark-"Second Pattern" (Side 174 The German Close Combat Clasp of WW2 Thomas M.Durante)
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    Juncker C.F. (Berlin)

    1.13.1 Full Eagle`s Wings (Side 180 The German Close Combat Clasp of WW2 Thomas M. Durante)
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    R.S. (Rudolf Souval Wien)

    1.15.2 RS Square Crimp with Flat Wire Catch (Side 204 The German Close Combat Clasp of WW2 Thomas M. Durante)
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    Deschler & Sohn München Unmarked

    1.7.1 Unique Catch with Tapering Pin & 1.7.4 "Waffle Crimp" to the Backplate (Side 110 and 116 The German Close Combat Clasp Thomas M. Durante)
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