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Panzerkampfabzeichen authentic or not?

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    Thanks a for sharing, it has some similarities indeed! I have requested better pictures.

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    Quote by rbminis View Post
    I don't have the Panzerkampf Abzeichen book and I am not sure of the numbers but, this photo from GCA courtesy of Phillipe DB.
    Ralph.
    Thanks Ralph.

    Looking at the two, and I know it's hard to judge from Evgeni's photos, the catch looks a little wider on his badge and also the trimming outline around the tank?

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    Quote by Adrian View Post
    Thanks Ralph.

    Looking at the two, and I know it's hard to judge from Evgeni's photos, the catch looks a little wider on his badge and also the trimming outline around the tank?
    You got me thinking Bwana, take a looky at this one by an unknown maker, and called the "Juncker set up" in collector circles, does this fit your criteria more?....I think it does, and you may be correct.

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    The catch on the OP's example also sits very high on the reverse when compared to the S&L 1.4.3 examples illustrated in Mr De Bock's fine reference book.

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    The catch on the OP's example also sits very high on the reverse when compared to the S&L 1.4.3 examples illustrated in Mr De Bock's fine reference book.
    Actually, now that you mention this, I agree Glenn.
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    Quote by big ned View Post
    , does this fit your criteria more?....I think it does, and you may be correct.
    Yep! That's the one! Note the catch and also the cutout between the wreath and turret and where they finish relative to each other (S&L vs Juncker type) and also the trimming outline beneath the gun barrel.

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