Nahkampfspange in Bronze, real Souval or fake?
I'm seriously thinking about buying my first Nahkampfspange (to complete my "beginner's collection": I have until now only one iron cross second class and a black wounded insign). I am not an expert and I'm very affraid to buy a wrong one...
I've seen an annouce for a "souval", it would be great to have your opinion...
I cannot get the picture without the link sorry:
Agraphe corps à corps bronze 2GM Collection Hauts-de-Seine - leboncoin.fr
Thank you by advance if you can help.
Last edited by rbminis; 08-04-2014 at 08:24 PM.
Reason: Edited title to use correct German terminology.
02-23-2014 11:07 PM
Hello and welcome to the forum.
Can you post the photos to the thread please. When the piece is sold, the link will die and the thread will be useless for future reference.
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Looks fine to me, I see no issues.
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Thanks a lot for your fast reply and your expert opinion (to be honest, I didn't expect a so fast answer). I'll try to get it and if I'm successfull, I'll post better pictures if it could be interresting...
Thank you again,
an original wartime souval.