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The Nahkampfspange: required reading.

Article about: Title: The German Close Combat Clasp of World War II Released on November 15th, 2007 ISBN: 978-90-81230-11-7 Size: 310 pages (full color), 6" x 9" hard-cover Language: English Writ

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    Default The Nahkampfspange: required reading.

    Title: The German Close Combat Clasp of World War II

    Released on November 15th, 2007

    ISBN: 978-90-81230-11-7

    Size: 310 pages (full color), 6" x 9" hard-cover

    Language: English

    Written by our own forum member Thomas M. Durante.

    In general, the book covers every original variant of the Close Combat Clasp ever produced and contains the following:

    *60+ pages solely devoted to the mind-numbing myriad of AGMuK variants and neatly categorizes them into easily-recognizable groups

    *Identification/connection of 3 unmarked CCCs to known makers

    *A "Chart of Finishes" after each maker section showing examples of the different types of finishes used by each company and the different wear patterns that can be found on originals by each maker

    *Gold Presentation Close Combat Clasp and its variants as well as detailed pictures of each different case these rare awards came in



    *In-depth section on the "History & Regulations" of the close combat clasp

    *Award Documents, showcasing all types from the typical format to the ultra-rare variants

    *Minatures

    *Reproductions, showing 13 of the most up to date and high quality fakes on the market today along with several fake packet examples

    *Section on "Future Research" depicting examples of how many of the AGMuK CCCs could possibly be attributed to several makers in the Gablonz area

    *875 pictures, many never seen before in any publication or forum.
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    Does anyone know where this publication is available from?

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    Books are a great investment in this hobby...couldn't find on Amazon either!
    Glenn

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    Nothing on Amazon Glenn,would love this book but very hard to find now.

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    I would contact Tom Durante direct, he is a member of the forum.

    Cheers, Ade
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    Thanks Ade,will give Tom a bell.

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    what would make a type 1 fake?

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