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62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

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    Default 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    Hello,

    please for the answer, who is the manufacturer of this badge?

    Best Regards
    Bartek
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    Default Re: 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    Hi Bartek,

    The production of the Badge according to Odznaki Wojska Polskiego 1918-1945 by Sawicki & Wielechowski page number 105 was Wiktor Gontarczyk, I hope that the information is of some use, apologies that pre war badges are not my speciality, no doubt Tony or one of the other members will be able to help out.

    Best wishes

    Andrzejku

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    Default Re: 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    Hi Andrzejku,

    Thank you for the answer on my question!

    Best Regards
    Bartek

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    Default Re: 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    Wielecki-Sieradzki book lists following makers:
    1. Paul Kinder, Bydgoszcz, ul. Dworcowa 18a
    2. Bracia Kochanscy i Jan Künzl, Bydgoszcz, ul. Gdanska 58
    ...and Wiktor Gontarczyk as well.

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    Default Re: 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    Is something characteristic in Gontarczyk's, Kinder's or Kochańscy Brothers badges, what can help to identify a manufacturer? If yes I can get better pictures from my friend.

    BR
    Bartek

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    Default Re: 62 Pułk Piechoty / 65th Infantry Regiment

    According to Wielecki-Sieradzki book, badge made by Kochanscy Bros was 3 mm (46 x 46 mm) smaller then one made by Kinder and Gontarczyk. There were differences in styling of number 62 as well.

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