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Article about: by Adrian You're probably right about this one being marked Juncker. Now you've said it I can remember seeing a couple like this before. OM is a very rare maker, do you know of any fakes spe

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    Default Re: Flugzeugführerabzeichen.

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    You're probably right about this one being marked Juncker. Now you've said it I can remember seeing a couple like this before.

    OM is a very rare maker, do you know of any fakes specifically based upon that design?
    Here's a page full (back to front again for some reason!)

    ORIGINAL ? Flugzeugführerabzeichen - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums

    I thought possibly O.M. too, but the stamp looks to have more letters, only they are too blurred to read. So yeah, maybe it's trying to be a Junker as the hinge is slightly similar, but the obverse is nowhere near convincing for this maker IMO.
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