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British and German relations enamelled badge, clarification needed please

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    Hey guys, this badge is my brothers and im pretty sure its a fake, firstly it has two makers names on the back and also appears to have the 'coffin style pin', but its always good to have a second opinion,
    Thanks, Glen.
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    I would say it is fake, that pin is no good

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    Default Re: British and German relations enamelled badge, clarification needed please

    It is a 4th reich fantasy item.

    Eric
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    Default Re: British and German relations enamelled badge, clarification needed please

    Quote by Stinschen View Post
    I would say it is fake, that pin is no good
    Coffin is the appropriate term for this form, I agree with those above.
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    All bad.
    Chris

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    Default Re: British and German relations enamelled badge, clarification needed please

    I have nothing to add except that this thing does not carry markings from two different makers - just "from" "Deschler und Sohn".


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    Kenneth S-H.

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    Hey guys, i totally agree with all your points which i made earlier but just posted it to see if there are any other big mistakes on it (apart from the whole badge itself )
    Thanks, Glen.

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    Well I guess if we are going to pick at a Fantasy item I will add that it would have to be "britische" not "britisch".

    Eric
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    Haha, cheers Eric
    Thanks, Glen.

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    I have learned this from Andreas and here is his explanation hope this helps all understand.
    Eric

    As a native speaker of German, I can assure you that it is simply and plainly wrong. The endings depend on factors such as gender, grammatical case and number.

    For example, the basic adjective is Deutsch-britisch (= German-British), but it is Deutsch-britische Freundschaft (= German-British Friendship).
    Another example: Britischer Soldat (= British Soldier), but Britische Soldaten (= British soldiers)

    No matter at what market such a badge was directed, a German manufacturer - particularly one as experienced and renowned as Deschler - would not get the endings wrong!
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