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Article about: Evening all just wondered if you could help me with these badges sorry the pictures are what the seller has sent me so there not separate! Just would like to hear any comments on if there an

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    Evening all just wondered if you could help me with these badges sorry the pictures are what the seller has sent me so there not separate! Just would like to hear any comments on if there any good? Many thanks people
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    Hi there, the ASA bothers me. I want to say it's ok but something is stopping me. Pin's very corroded but the badge isn't. Catch could be re-soldered or replaced. It has excessive file marks (which are hard to fake) . Grenade looks soft, are we looking at a post war Souval rather than a fake? Stewy

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    SWB looks pitted to me. I'm not keen, sorry .Stewy

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    Thanks for the info stewy are we saying there all bad? Ive been burt with the infantry assault badge before

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    The ISA looks off to me too, a bit pitted. But quite coarse file marks. Something I can't recall seeing such a contrast on any original ISA's. My mates Fischer or Jordi will be about soon & they're both really hot on their ISA's. Stewy

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    I think they're all bad. The SWB and Infanterie Sturmabzeichen both appear cast and show porosity holes that don't come with die struck badges, and i've never seen a Souval GAB with the hinge above the eagles head, it's always in a recessed oval below the head and above the R.S. maker mark. I may be mistaken, but that's my take on the trio.

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    The SWB is bad, can't comment on the others.
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    Panzer pass on these,I don't like the filing,I love RS badges but not this one.

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    Ok guys thank you very much for your comments much appreciated

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    The SWB looks like it is marked "100" to me.
    Ralph.
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