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    Hi Tomek,

    Welcome to the Forum, there are more knowledgable members of the Forum who would be able to help you out, I purchased a Parachute Brigade Badge back in the 1980's and was burned, it was a fake, I learnt from Kapitan Jan Lorys who I wrote to that all the Parachute Brigade Badges should have 4 numbers so for example 0367.

    The badge that you have purchased was from a group of Numbers 0330 to 0500 of badges that were not allocated.

    I also learnt the hard way, and never purchased another to this day.

    I have just gone through Materialy Zeszyt 9 "Historia Polskiego Znaku Spadochronowego" (History of the Polish Parachute Badge) by Jan Lorys with no luck.

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    But hopefully some of the other Forum members might be able to shed some further light on this.

    Best wishes

    Andrzejku

  2. #22

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    Hi
    Andrzejku thank you very much for quick answer.
    I read a bit on the forum and is leaving, that I probably bought the forgery.
    I am putting photographs in order to confirm it
    Would some of You like to help me? Thanks in advance

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    ps.hello Rafał thank you I corected it
    Last edited by Tomek Maziarz; 06-15-2012 at 10:15 PM.

  3. #23

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    Hello Tomek
    Unfortunatelly the photos "doesn't work" :-(
    Rafal

  4. #24
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    Tomek,
    I'm afraid the wing you have is a modern "Hartenstein" copy.
    These types were sold as representational from the Hartenstein hotel Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek.

    Regards

    Gary J.

  5. #25

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    Quote by Gary J View Post
    Tomek,
    I'm afraid the wing you have is a modern "Hartenstein" copy.
    These types were sold as representational from the Hartenstein hotel Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek.

    Regards

    Gary J.
    I am thanking for help Gary
    the man is being taught the entire life
    own a moment ago I found
    the entire side with their sale : Poland WW II Para Wings Badge Cichociemni (07/08/2007)
    Regards
    Tomek

  6. #26

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    Hello,
    A polish paratrooper badge seen on french eBay :

    eBay | F F L Para polonais 1941 brevet matriculé 404

    Original.
    ZP

  7. #27
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    ZP, ... yes an original unissued ..

    Gary J.

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