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Article about: Hi Forum I ave just bought this DAF badge, I do not know much about it, do anyone have additional info ? Regards John

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    Hi Forum
    I ave just bought this DAF badge, I do not know much about it, do anyone have additional info ?
    Regards
    John
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    would think its for wearing on a suit.

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    Yes, it must be the same the stickpin, for wearing on a suit
    Regards
    John

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    Their appears to be some markings on it.... Perhaps a maker ID might be present under the corrosion ?? G
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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    Their appears to be some markings on it.... Perhaps a maker ID might be present under the corrosion ?? G
    If an original official piece, it should be RZM marked.
    BOB

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    Was the RZM always adhered too Mr. Coleman ? My example is marked.. A little different of course insomuch as it is a stickpin.
    I am a little fuzzy... Was Ges Gesh before the RZM took control ?? Thanks Gwar
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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    Was the RZM always adhered too Mr. Coleman ? My example is marked.. A little different of course insomuch as it is a stickpin.
    I am a little fuzzy... Was Ges Gesh before the RZM took control ?? Thanks Gwar
    It is possible for an early piece during the time the Reichszugmeisterei was establishing control over the standards they employed.
    BOB

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    Yes, there is a number, I will see if I can take a better pic
    Regards
    John

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    Here's one i've got, as said above they were usually worn on the lapel of a suit etc!...
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    And my one for comparison as well :
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