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German WWII buttons. Pips and unknown British button.

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    Default German WWII buttons. Pips and unknown British button.

    Hey guys,

    Can anyone tell me what the British button is from with the "U" and "wheel"?
    Also can someone please tell me the makers of the german buttons and pips?
    These are my first ones. I just have no idea.

    Cheers,
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    Hello , Signatures of German buttons

    EH - Eduard Hahn, Oberstein
    MOTZ - C.W. Motz & Co Brandenburg
    ? & B ?
    F. R. - (Frères Friedländer, Berlin Schlossplatz, 13) ?, (FR - Frank und Reif, Stuttgart) ?, (FR. - SEDLATZEKFriedrich Sedlatzek Berlin) ?.
    ?
    J H - Werner, Berlin.

    British button, I do not know

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    Thanks Pablo.
    The U button is a head scratcher.

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    Quote by Danger View Post
    Thanks Pablo.
    The U button is a head scratcher.
    Hello,
    indeed!
    Never saw that button before.
    It could be "not military" and it could also been made for a other country then Britain....
    ...That doesn't make it any easier, does it!? ;-)
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Coming back to the "U" button; the "U" might be a magnet, and I am thinking railway of some sort...
    Railway buttons are very much sought after.
    You could try a railway forum....
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    The button is Barnsley & District tramway, regards Paul

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    Thanks for your help.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Thanks mate!!
    That has been 30 years in the making to finally find out what it is.

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