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Article about: Hi again, hoping someone could identify the pin with the number 25 at the top. These three pieces are all glued onto a velvet covered board, so I assume the backs are missing/damaged and the

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    Hi again,

    hoping someone could identify the pin with the number 25 at the top. These three pieces are all glued onto a velvet covered board, so I assume the backs are missing/damaged and they are worthless, but I'd still like to know what they are. If you know anything about any of them please enlightenm me.

    Thanks in advance

    Tom
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    Your pin was worn by a WW 1 vet who was a member of the Kyffhauserbund for 25 years - a vet's organization. That EK 2 is not worthless! I'll buy it!

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    Thanks for the info Schnellmann. None of these are for sale as they are part of my dad's shadowbox that contains all his medals and taking them out would make a mess of the display. About the EKII, I assume it is a WWI medal right? My dad told me a German boy brought it out to him and asked him if he would trade it for a pack of smokes. At least that is my recollection of the story. The parachutist badge I was inquiring about came from the same case but wasn't glued in, so I took it out and am considering selling it.


    Regards,

    Tom

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    Hi Tom, would it be possible to see the other side of the EKII please?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ade,

    It's glued onto a board and I don't want to remove it cause it will ruin the display.

    Regards,

    Tom

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