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a Mutterkreuz question

Article about: Collectors of the Mothers Cross, will surely have a few pointers that they look out for on the MC, when deciding whether to buy one, or when they decide to comment that a MC is either authen

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    I suppose the question is moot, since the badges have
    been destroyed.........
    Used as a verb;
    to reduce or remove the practical significance of; make purely theoretical or academic.
    No, i could still sell them if they were original... as curios, battle damaged, i`d think of something.
    The questions are very real, they are only damaged because of my inquisitive nature, and that surely has no significance with the questions posed, unless, as i said, the roundel was of such significance that without it, nobody could tell the difference. (I dont believe that, and as far as the roundels go, i have no "trump" hidden up my sleeve, i dont even know where the one that i supposedly have, is anymore, so lets just forget them, and pretend they were both still attached.)

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    Adjective - of no practical importance - irrevelant.

    LOL - "battle damaged".........
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    Steve.

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    Why would a civil award be battle damaged?

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    There are collectors including myself who would buy examples of awards that we have a special interest in to show construction methods which can enhance a specialist collection.

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    I guess they are common enough to break a few for this purpose.........
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    Steve.

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    My whole room is "battle damaged"

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    Quote by Pryo View Post
    Why would a civil award be battle damaged?
    Because it would coax a few extra pennies out of the final sales price. Who wants to hear that "Mummy dropped it.."

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    Beyond me.........
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    Steve.

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    Why would one want to buy a damaged bronze MC, without ribbon, while these are cheap to buy in good original condition?

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    Quote by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    Because it would coax a few extra pennies out of the final sales price. Who wants to hear that "Mummy dropped it.."
    And i know, I was just hinting out of the dishonesty and how bad it sounds. load of bull

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