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Unknown Makers Marks on Parteiabzeichen

Article about: Cant find a thread of this nature here, so probably a good idea to start listing some unknown makers marks that are found on NSDAP Membership badges. Below are a few, and i hope that others

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    Quote by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    RN = Raymond & Nichols. What say the masses? no input so far, maybe in time?
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    Hi Jo
    Any idea what happened to this maker that they didn't produce RZM era badges? Did they make You may be correct with the maker but how to prove it. I checked the few lists I do have and didn't find the maker.

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    Hi Jo
    Any idea what happened to this maker that they didn't produce RZM era badges? .
    Mark they did, their trademark is found on other small badges, Arbeitsdank pins for example. I know that i covered the possible why`s in my book, but to be honest, i cant remember what i wrote? ha ha ha ha. No i do, but it would take up 500TB of webspace to list them - and more to discuss them.

    As far as the goes, i cant see it really being a trademark as such for a badge maker / Metallwarenfabrik, based alone on the impossibility of having any form of patent on a star. (or even having a simple star as a trademark) That would not be legally possible today either. More likely it is nothing more than a fancy attachment guide marker, found in many forms on small enamel badges, i.e: a line, a dot, a circle...

    The Deutscher Offizier-Verein is one that i hadn't thought about, but it cant be a candidate here IMO, simply because of the actual badges that i am referring to - their purpose (political and not army) - as well as who could buy them, and how they were (supposed) to be bought.

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    Quote by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    Mark they did, their trademark is found on other small badges, Arbeitsdank pins for example. I know that i covered the possible why`s in my book, but to be honest, i cant remember what i wrote? ha ha ha ha. No i do, but it would take up 500TB of webspace to list them - and more to discuss them.

    As far as the goes, i cant see it really being a trademark as such for a badge maker / Metallwarenfabrik, based alone on the impossibility of having any form of patent on a star. (or even having a simple star as a trademark) That would not be legally possible today either. More likely it is nothing more than a fancy attachment guide marker, found in many forms on small enamel badges, i.e: a line, a dot, a circle...

    The Deutscher Offizier-Verein is one that i hadn't thought about, but it cant be a candidate here IMO, simply because of the actual badges that i am referring to - their purpose (political and not army) - as well as who could buy them, and how they were (supposed) to be bought.
    I tried to ask if they made other badges but had a typo in my first post. I see, they did produce other small badges, just not Partei badges. Interesting that it can't be nailed down, but may be fun to try

    Regarding the * as a trademark, I would bet against it also. A space filler or attachment guide is more apt to being the answer. Simple is usually the way to go. Not to say it's a definite, but surely shouldn't read more into it. I think Gregg might be onto something with suggesting the Officer's Club.

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    Per the suggestion of Mr. Rivett, I'm posting this unknown maker here (the obverse is on the left in the first photo).

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    The mark in question is an upright triangle containing several vertical lines.

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    ...the best i can do regards size, & nobody calls me Mr. not even the wife
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    Could it be some type of ejector mark?

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