I am absolutely shocked by what's turning up on there. And not only that I've seen elite cap eagles that have come up on dealer sites sold as real ones, $249.99 for this... I'm sure the miss shape of lower detail even the dealer could not miss. This dealer when you see at least 20 eagles and 30 skulls for sale yeah sure thing time to look else where.
Now you can see how easy is to make a gut copy a Danziger type skull.
If we remove RZM marks and code Im sure half of members on this forum will say this skull is orginal.
If they will make this class copy so quick and still learning pretty soon noboody can recognice what is false and what is orginal
This way I like dugs of Danziger skulls.
Im 100% sure they are orginal
In second pattern SS this problem doesnt exist they are easier to recognice
I have seen a lot of very dodgy military relic auctions on ebay recently and the stories put with them, especially mentioning the seller knows nothing regarding date and origin or they come from a "closed museum", "inheritance" or "spilt-up collection" to add provenance is becoming epidemic! I have no doubt these sellers think they are being really clever and their wording somehow absolves them from all responsibility - But does it? what is the law or eBay's viewpoint on this ?
These are everyday copies and not difficult to recognize. I saw this m1/25 sold as original on the red forum and it's a known (older) copy.
Because recently Friedrich purchased nice Deschler Im considering to buy this one (:
Witch those backround for sure must be oryginal (: