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Interesting Zimmerman Skull (499/41)

Article about: Hey guys. I found a Zimmerman 499/41 skull up for sale, and I'd like to see what you guys think... Here's the skull in question (I have circled the major problem areas that concern me): The

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    Yes, it does appear to be a small nodule on the left, rather than a hole, as I originally suspected. Beautiful skull in great condition! I hope its new owner enjoys it!

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    Quote by daveward View Post
    Yes, it does appear to be a small nodule on the left, rather than a hole, as I originally suspected. Beautiful skull in great condition! I hope its new owner enjoys it!
    Can you please tell me what importance you assign to this fact? The badge is real, of course, as you deduce.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    Can you please tell me what importance you assign to this fact? The badge is real, of course, as you deduce.
    I don't really assign any importance to the distinction. I just saw that Sid had referred to it as a "hole," and I was curious as to whether my eyes had deceived me, as I originally thought it to be a small bump. Not a big deal!

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    Also, in your search for the perfect badge, you might spend twenty minutes reading this item so as to gain useful context.

    Forced labour under German rule during World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    damit, basta.

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