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M1/3 Max Kremhelmer, authentic?

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    How does this look to folks? I found this on a site with a blue Otto Hoffman HJ membership badge.

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    looks ok to me.a bit salty.

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    I've seen this maker before on the forum and the pin setup and marking looks very similar to that one.
    The front looks good, a bit salty as Harry stated so it should be cheap.

    A blue HJ enamel badge marked with Hoffman?? Stay away from it! Don't buy it, it's a total fantasy badge.

    Read here. The forger made those badges in yellow too.
    HJ pin yellow

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    Quote by Wewelsburg View Post
    I've seen this maker before on the forum and the pin setup and marking looks very similar to that one.
    The front looks good, a bit salty as Harry stated so it should be cheap.

    Read here. The forger made those badges in yellow too.
    HJ pin yellow
    I kept my yellow one. Maybe people will collect those one day.

    The site where I found the badge in the first post not only had a blue HJ Hoffman badge, they also had a "BM 1/122" HJ badge with transitional number and RZM mark (which had a small 11 under the M). They wanted $220 for the BM 1/122. I wanted to say something, but I'm not much of an authority. It's sad though...someone is going to end up purchasing that thing.

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    Looks fine!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Quote by Retsiger View Post
    I kept my yellow one. Maybe people will collect those one day.

    The site where I found the badge in the first post not only had a blue HJ Hoffman badge, they also had a "BM 1/122" HJ badge with transitional number and RZM mark (which had a small 11 under the M). They wanted $220 for the BM 1/122. I wanted to say something, but I'm not much of an authority. It's sad though...someone is going to end up purchasing that thing.
    Ah OK you was aware of the 1/112 already, good job

    Yeah it's sad. But you can't fight all the sellers who have crap on their sites

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