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    Quote by sandgroper View Post

    Your wife's pics are great too, she certainly gets around! I wonder why she always want to get away from home? ............lol
    I hadn't noticed if you didn't say it......................................wanker. lol Yeah, she's a lucky girl. But while she's gone, new things find their way into the collection


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    Hello, I am a big fan of Parteiabzeichen.
    My collection is still small, I hope to gather a representative piece of each era and then some miniature, supporter, etc ...

    M1/15, Ferdinand Hofstätter

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    M1/42 Kerbach & Israel / Kerbach & Oesterhelt

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    nº 16 "Dr. Franke und Co"

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    M1/159 "Hans Doppler" and M1/93 "Gotllieb Friedrick Keck & Sohn" Pforzheim

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    Terrific badges mate and nicely displayed!

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    Looks great, thanks for sharing! A small but choice collection, looking forward to seeing your new ones as time goes by. I also need to get myself one of those Dr Franke badges --- those reverse markings are so deliciously odd!

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    Nice display, Raul. Thank you for posting.

    I was wondering what the badge on the far right was? Is that an unfinished badge? It looks silver in color. Can we see a closeup?

    Thanks, Mark

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    Hello Mark ¡¡

    It is a token of brass with some failure.

    manufacturer 1/100 Werner Redo of Saarlautern

    Apparently derived from an excavation in Saarlautern

    I have another very rusty piece.

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    The measures of this piece are 23.6 mm in diameter and weighing 4.80 g.

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    This piece is approx 1935-1936.

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    Raul, I love your unfinished planchet! I see it's a late-war zinc badge. Is there an RZM number?

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    Raul, I love your unfinished planchet! I see it's a late-war zinc badge. Is there an RZM number?
    Hi Erno ¡¡

    will be a pleasure to show you that piece.

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    M1/92 Karl Wird, Hamburg

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    There is a bug in the letter C

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    Quote by Gefreiter otto View Post
    Hi Erno ¡¡

    will be a pleasure to show you that piece.
    That is nice! These are uncommon. Perhaps the damaged letter 'C' is the reason it was rejected.

    Raul, could you please upload your photos directly to the forum, rather than using an external image hosting service? Sometimes the photos can disappear from websites like Tinypic, but they won't disappear if they are uploaded directly to WRF. We want to be able to see your collection in the future.

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