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Guard's Badge

Article about: I have only just begun to collect Russian WWII. I have this Guard badge that I hope is WWII. Why do some have fringe on the flags? Mine does not. Bob Hritz

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    And mine:

    beautiful badge Richie! new condition

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    Strelok
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    Hi everyone! My first post but I've visited off and on for a while and love the good stuff you all have here. Time to contribute. Here are 2 of my guards badges.
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    Here is one early postwar example, also a rare one, right in the Strlok's post.
    Thank for sharing
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Gentlemen,


    What can you tell me about this Guards badge?

    It is a bit unusual to me, as it does not have the fringe of post-war badges, but the area has a rough finish, to say the least.

    Could it be a post-war badge whose owner wants to pass it as wartime with some "makeup"? Or just a sloppy manufacture of a wartime badge?

    Your opinions would be much appreciated.




    Regards,

    Gus
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    Quote by guscanoesp View Post
    Gentlemen,


    What can you tell me about this Guards badge?

    It is a bit unusual to me, as it does not have the fringe of post-war badges, but the area has a rough finish, to say the least.

    Could it be a post-war badge whose owner wants to pass it as wartime with some "makeup"? Or just a sloppy manufacture of a wartime badge?

    Your opinions would be much appreciated.



    od donrod
    Regards,

    Gus
    A very nice one ww2 period done!
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Hi Gus, I agree with Dimas, it is a good WW2 era badge. I have seen several with this rough area under the flag like you describe.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thank you very much for your swift replies, Dimas and Ade.

    Nice to know it is wartime and not a fraud. These days anything is possible, even with a piece which is (still) relatively cheap and easy to obtain.



    Regards,

    Gus

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    guys , you have history of this badge ? first years of production ect .....

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    Hi,
    My contribution.
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    The badge of soft aluminum that has been added and washer fixation was replaced by a coin dated 1940.

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    Strelok
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    I really like your badge Philippe, an interesting homemade fix!

    Regards, Kris

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