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Article about: I can't see a makers mark on the EK2, where is it and what number is it?

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    some of my german medals
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    very nice you have a very fine collection of quality, does the ek have a mm ?

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    yes tom cheers mate
    ang

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    Hi Angus, thanks for posting, can you take good close ups of each individual award please? It would be good to see all the details in natural light when possible. I'm fairly sure the EK2 doesn't belong with the box it's in and the ribbon is definitely a reproduction.

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    A closer look at the NSDAP membership badge would be useful too.


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    ok ill get some close up,s
    cheers

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    Those red cases are scarce, can you check for a mark like this please?

    Thanks

    Nick
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    As Adrian says above, the EK ribbon is a reproduction. I think that the parteiabzeichen, if it is maker marked M1/155 (can't be sure with those photographs), is a Schwertner und Cie-Eggenberg bei Graz made badge. More, clear and closer shots are needed though so the guys can make a fair appraisal.

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    Better pictures needed, there are very good fakes of the GWL para and Ball hinge flak exist.

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    Quote by talltom View Post
    very nice you have a very fine collection of quality, does the ek have a mm ?
    Tom you must have great eyesight if you can tell from these photos !!
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    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

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