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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. #881


    Looks like an original Foerster & Barth rzm piece to me --- great price

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  3. #882


    Awesome, thanks. I'm going to have to be careful or I might start trusting my own judgement here!
    "Only a real risk tests the reality of a belief." - C.S. Lewis

  4. #883


    Not a Party badge, but I thought I'd post it here anyway.

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  5. #884


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    Would like to know the story behind these but it looks like we'll be left guessing.

  6. #885


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    Would like to know the story behind these but it looks like we'll be left guessing.
    Especially if they are all M1/159.

  7. #886


    Time to prop it up and get the thread moving again! Some positive changes in life will afford more time for the hobby!

    Here is a very hard to find RZM number, 108, by Wilhelm Schroder. This is the first one I have found. And this example is in outstanding condition to boot! It's not Zinc, it's painted messing/tombak which isn't common either. In hand, it's a heavy badge, unlike zinc. Just look at that "old yellow" paint!

    Edit: It's not messing/tombak or iron. It's not magnetic so that knocks iron out. It's monkey metal and zinc. the reverse is shiny and it's heavy so I knew it couldn't be just zinc. Always learning!


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  8. #887


    Very nice Mark!

  9. #888


    I think I remember seeing that one --- no idea why I didn't pick it up because, like you said, it's a rare number and it's in pretty nice condition too! Congrats!

  10. #889


    Thanks guys! There are harder numbers to find, but this was one of them


  11. #890


    Indeed it is! I recently missed a nice and rare transitional 74, which I believe would be Boerger & Co, but fortunately I have been able to snag several other rarer numbers this year Also, missing that Gebruder Fest badge stung a bit --- nothing like rare early makers

    Anyway, I thought about getting around to shooting photos tonight but that wasn't going to happen... so maybe tomorrow, a perfect time really as I now have all my badges spread out on my living room table while trying to sort out a way to display them all.

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