10-26-2015 11:45 PM
Hi and welcome to the Forum.
The tinnies look ok to me. The badge guys will be
along soon re the Minensucher award.........
Thankyou, would also be nice to know if 150 Euro for the Minensucher is an ok price?
Your Minesweeper by LM (unknown maker) is a nice original IMO. If that gold is the original application on the wreath and not a post war additive you indeed have a quite hard to find badge
The 3 tinnies are also all originals.
Pricing is not my Forte but I suppose 150 euros for the whole lot seems reasonable.
For more accurate pricing you need to look and see what dealers are charging.
If I was buying the whole collection I would be looking at a serious discount
Hello and welcome to the forum!
Please post your tinnies in this forum,
and keep this thread in mind when posting in the Orders and Decorations forum.
Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)
Thanks a lot for all the helps and tips. Also nice to see some fellow Swedes in this forum!
I will definetly buy more from this dealer when these three items are original. Of course I understand that some collectors might have ended up with some fakes but that's a lesson to get learned I guess. About the pricing I've found these prices online. 180 – 200 € in Buntmetall and 120 – 140 € in Zink. I would say it's Buntmetall. Do you agree? Will also try to separate further posts.
the LM badge is Zinc not buntmetall.
As a generl rule and I mean general, if the hardware on the back of the badge has a large plate at it's base where it is soldered to the badge that generally means it is zinc.
If you do a search on the forum and familiarise yourself with he different hardware applications you will soon understand the difference.