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Article about: Hello all! I recently picked up this badge and am trying to determine if it is a real deal or not. I only spent a few dollars on it and won't be heart broken if it's a fake, but I hope it's

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    Hello all! I recently picked up this badge and am trying to determine if it is a real deal or not. I only spent a few dollars on it and won't be heart broken if it's a fake, but I hope it's a real one. Any help?

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    looks to me a few Dollars well spent,Ned will know the maker its his specality.

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    It's marked Rudolf Karneth, in the pics it looks to have a crack between the Swaz & Panzer. Stewy

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    damn missed that.

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    Hi Brad and welcome to the forum,

    Nothing wrong with this one, the crack is a common fault don't worry to much about dat. There's a nice amount of finish left that adds to it as these RK's often lose most or all of it. Sounds like you had a good score.

    Regards, Ned.
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    We shall stick it out to the end, but we are getting weaker of course, and the end cannot be far.
    It seems a pity, but I do not think I can write more. R. SCOTT.
    Last Entry - For God's sake look after our people.'

    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 everyone! I appreciate the input. I must say I lucked out on this. Was wandering through an old warehouse turned flea market and this was spotted. Picked it up for $20 Cdn. Tried for 15, but buddy wouldn't budge. Just out of curiosity, what would this retail for? Fear not, I am not out to make $$, I love history and will hold onto this for a long time to come, however, I just like to know what these typically go for?

    Cheers

    Brad

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    It's worth more than $20 Cdn. Stewy

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    Just check out emedals.com or germanwarbooty.com. these will give you a good idea (note however that condition and rarity of type/maker has a big impact on price)

    That said, I think these prices are on the high end. I have 3 or 4 common but good/excellent condition examples and paid much less.

    Michael
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    I may be old fashioned, but I believe it's wrong to ask for values of items publicly. The best way to get a ball park value is to PM some of the trusted members, or even better PM some of the Mods. they can be trusted to point you in the right direction of folks that will help you impartially. Just my opinion. Stewy

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    Quote by Stewy S View Post
    It's worth more than $20 Cdn. Stewy
    I would agree with Stewy.
    Ralph.
    Quote by Stewy S View Post
    I may be old fashioned, but I believe it's wrong to ask for values of items publicly. The best way to get a ball park value is to PM some of the trusted members, or even better PM some of the Mods. they can be trusted to point you in the right direction of folks that will help you impartially. Just my opinion. Stewy
    I would also agree with this statement.
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