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please youre opinion for this bronce nahkampfspange

Article about: good morning to all of you ... i would like to buy thise nahkampf spange , seller would like to have 120 euro for it but im not so sure if its a good or fake spange . a bargain or crap ? tha

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    Default please youre opinion for this bronce nahkampfspange

    good morning to all of you ...
    i would like to buy thise nahkampf spange , seller would like to have 120 euro for it
    but im not so sure if its a good or fake spange .

    a bargain or crap ?

    thanks in advance!
    gr andreas

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    Fake.

    Look the material used. It should be zinc based.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Well thanks a lot Ade
    you saved me a chrismas present for the miss

    thanks for fast response !

    have a nice day !
    gr andreas

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    It's a cast fake 2nd pattern Large Font AGMuK CCC from our old friend Carsten Staegemeier. The detailing is soft and the set up is slightly off, and as Ade says this should be zinc yet is actually made from buntmetall which is a red flag. The backplate retaining tabs appear to be a part of the casting when they should have been soldered 'blobs' added after the backplate was fixed in and then bronze plated. It's also unusual to find an original badge using this method of fixing with a missing backplate, and as such should be examined closely.

    Look at this example of one of his badge's reverse side, it's exactly the same, no deviations at all, and shows the fixing tabs are obviously already 'cast in'.

    Regards, Ned.

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    sorted that one out.

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