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Lapel version M 1\8

Article about: Hello gentlemen Here is another fine example, if I do say so myself. This one has the enamel slightly chipped but other than that it looks to be in good condition. This is my first lapel pin

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    Hello gentlemen
    Here is another fine example, if I do say so myself. This one has the enamel slightly chipped but other than that it looks to be in good condition. This is my first lapel pin version. I would appreciate any comments.
    Regards
    Hazmat



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    Congrats on your first button hole Party badge!

    It's a Ferdinand Wagner marked badge, in case you didn't know. This maker is regularly available, so not an uncommon badge. Other than the knocks it's taken, it's a good start! Thanks for posting and looking forward to seeing your collection grow.

    Mark

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    Thanks Mark, I am looking at some late war badges do my next purchase. They are not nearly as pretty, but I can get them for a good price here in Spain. I will post as soon as I get one.

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