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    Hello Guys I was wondering if you could help me out some sort??..Its a badge Im thinking of purchasing!!!,The seller included the following information..Deschler,with daisy effect???? whatever that means!!..It would be my first Panzer badge.. So I wanted to make sure before I part with 160 pounds... Cheers Guys for you time...Terry.Panzer-Kampf  BadgePanzer-Kampf  BadgePanzer-Kampf  BadgePanzer-Kampf  Badge

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    Deschler is the maker of the badge. I don't think 160 euros is a great price but also not a rip off. Wait for more educated members to comment on if this is a period item but it looks ok to me. Good luck!

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    Here is the Daisy in the grass under the tank. Only some badges feature this.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    The badge is refered to as the "daisy" effect as if you look closly underneath the tank there looks to be a daisy growing on the ground!

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    Does make much difference to the price/badge??..because I wouldnt know the difference first badge I just wanted to make sure it was the real deal!!! Cheers Terry.

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    Looks a nice original,as for price it's worth what you are comfortable paying!It seems a little expensive but it is a good example so it's up to you really.

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    Hi Terry, some people do ask a small premium for a daisy badge.

    It is a nice original badge: no idea on current values sorry.

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    I always liked the daisy version, a nice first piece!

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    These badges are on the way up for certain rarer types. This one isn't too bad IMO, around 200 Euro's or $260 for a middle of the road one. If you're prepared to be patient you may be able to pick up a rarer one for the same sort of money, to many dealers a PAB is a PAB end of!

    It's up to you, personally I'd wait, but that's me....

    Regards, Ned.
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    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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    Thanks for the info guys helpful as always..I will see if I can knock him down a tad!!!!.. Stand by at weekend for some more of my purchases.. Im getting the Missus to take some snaps.. So hopefully we should see in focus!!!! MP40,Mosin Nagant rifle, & a work book..oh also a silver wound badge from WW1...Cheers Terry.

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