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Panzerkampfabzeichen in Silber by Assmann

Article about: Just want your thoughts on this PAB. I stumbled across it and I do not know much about it. It is a hollow back Assmann, PAB in Silver with alot of the wash still remaining. I have a few ques

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    Just want your thoughts on this PAB. I stumbled across it and I do not know much about it. It is a hollow back Assmann, PAB in Silver with alot of the wash still remaining.


    I have a few questions! What is a value on it? Is this style and manufacturer desired or common? Guess on when it was made? (ie late or mid war?)

    Much thanks!

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    Last edited by rbminis; 04-04-2015 at 11:09 PM. Reason: Edited title to use the correct German terminology.

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    The Assmann PAB is copied to a fine degree, one of the best fakes out there, but this one is a genuine zinc example in silver. This is the commonest type they made and mint ones go for around 260-290 Euros so you need to compensate heavily on that due to the unremarkable finish on the one above. An honest piece.

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    The man has spoken! Nothing to add, other than if the price is right, then buy it.

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    Thanks for the info! Much appreciated!!!!

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