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Article about: Very nice, Sandgroper The circles on the Pfohl badge are interesting and the badge appears to be in fantastic condition. I wonder what caused those circles? Green

  1. #871


    Got my badge from Jo today. He really packs things well and I love the card with all the info on it that I can keep with it to know what I have. Really happy with it.

    Here's a picture:

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  3. #872


    Lovely badge mate! Jo has some great badges and he does do a great job with his packaging.

  4. #873


    And, as you all surely predicted, my badge collection has grown and doubled to two now. Here's my latest, a little button back Fritz Zimmermann, Stuttgart.

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    Notice there's a slight bend to the attachment of the button back. Am I correct to presume this was done to center the button back to the badge so it would wear properly?

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  5. #874


    Great looking Zimmermann! That obverse really sparkles

  6. #875


    Nice badge Avenger.

    Yes, the bend is there to center the badge. It's a very nice example you have there!


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  8. #877


    Really cool -- did you dig these?

  9. #878


    Like Slados, I'd love to know where they're all from! They must have a story to tell.

  10. #879


    Seems to me that the most usual makers to find when it comes to these Rohlinge pieces are M1/34 and M1/92 --- always nice to see the party badge in different stages of the production process If these particular ones have any history that you know of, please do tell...

  11. #880


    Took a risk today and picked up this badge for $40. I referenced others on this site first, and it seems to be correct, with one exception. The "/" between the 1 and 77 on the examples I found here was "\" instead of "/". I looked at the dots under the red enamel and they matched up perfectly with ones here. As does the way the "L" in National seems to merge with the "S" in Sozialistiche. The pin seems mounted correctly and looks right. So, I "think" I did really good here, but I don't know for sure. What do you all think?

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