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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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    Default Unknown Makers Marks on Parteiabzeichen

    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 will add theirs. I have included a few suggestions as to who they could be, but obviously dont know everything

    Unknown Markers initials G&B (I have no idea)
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    Unknown crest with 3 dots and the letters SG (I have no idea)
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    Unknown star markings (Possibly for Josef Heintschel in Wien?)
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    What leads me to believe that the numerous small enameled badges that contain only a star on the obverse could be markings for Josef Heintschel in Austria, is because of the following sympathy badge, clearly marked J[osef] Heintschel, Graveur, Wien VII. which upon closer inspection also contains the same star shape (in fact two stars) around the makers name.
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    There are many small badges found with only a star on the obverse, official as well as unofficial. It would be nice to try and nail this star down to a certain maker. Does anybody else on this forum have any small enameled badges with the makers mark J. Heintschel and stars? (or another makers name with stars?)
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    Interesting stuff, I will look forwards to any conclusions reached. Sadly I cannot add any info.

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    cheers tom, looks like it`s probably just a space filler that a few makers used then :-)

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    RN = Raymond & Nichols. What say the masses? no input so far, maybe in time?
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    Another - Anyone know the maker?

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    I believe that the items with the star were items
    that were bought through the "Deutsch Offizer-Verein"

    I am not 100% on this but I do know that their are
    1914 crosses marked with the star that came through that
    organization and there are catalogs that show early TR era
    pieces being offered.
    being
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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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    "What say the masses?" not a lot as i'm a novice on these, i'm fascinated by your threads though. Very interesting!..
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    Quote by Chopperman View Post
    I believe that the items with the star were items
    that were bought through the "Deutsch Offizer-Verein"

    I am not 100% on this but I do know that their are
    1914 crosses marked with the star that came through that
    organization and there are catalogs that show early TR era
    pieces being offered.
    being
    That is my understanding as well.
    Ralph.
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