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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

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    Where else would i get it. No one else know this stuff

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  3. #962


    Start another thread, don't clutter up this one with valuation requests --- at this point it's more like you're demanding answers rather than asking for help and being thankful for the answers and advice you actually get.

  4. #963

    Default M1-137

    Hello Guys,Here,s A few pics of my latest find a button hole type maker marked M1-137 Richard Simm and Sohn.Regards Paul.
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    G'day Paul, nice looking badge mate, it's in terrific condition!

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    Nice clean M1!

  7. #966


    Per a request from Greenhorn, here is a badge I own that appears to be made by Friedrich Linden with an RZM number of M1/45. I got it from a local WWII US vets family in Ohio inside a ziplock bag of assorted WWII German badges, tinnies, etc.

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  8. #967


    Paul and Bob,

    Thank you for posting your wonderful badges! They will be added to the next Party badge list update.

    Bob, your M1/45 is quite the scarce badge, enjoy.


  9. #968

    Default New M/141

    Hello Guys Yet another Party badge arrived today,It is a button hole type maker M1 /141-Josef Feix sohne,regards Paul.
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    A solid 141 there, Paul --- nice to see some new postings on here! Even though past efforts have clearly proven that this is not a very appreciated subject I still try to take my time to give those that actually contribute a note that their efforts are indeed still valued by a few collectors. I guess "real or fake" and valuation threads are more interesting to most... oh well

  11. #970


    Your time is much appreciated Slados it is a excelent and informative thread with loads of beautiful badges .Paul.

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