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RZM 41 mark Sympathizer Pin ?

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    Would these Sympathizer Pins be RZM marked in such a way ?
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    Propaganda badges were not marked in this way. And the maker here, 41 aka Kohlers, lost his license to produce official products in 1935. Makers of propaganda badges did not need a license for production but why mark this badge this way then in a time when this maker was not allowed to produce with RZM markings? Two things here other than the RZM markings tell us this is not an authentic piece, besides that the logo looks artificially perfect, IMO. The hakenkreuz enamel looks higher than the rest of the enamel, this is a no no also.

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    Propaganda badges were not marked in this way. And the maker here, 41 aka Kohlers, lost his license to produce official products in 1935. Makers of propaganda badges did not need a license for production but why mark this badge this way then in a time when this maker was not allowed to produce with RZM markings? Two things here other than the RZM markings tell us this is not an authentic piece, besides that the logo looks artificially perfect, IMO. The hakenkreuz enamel looks higher than the rest of the enamel, this is a no no also.

    Mark
    Very interesting observation, ill need to PM you.

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