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WW2 german air force wings and propeller button ?

Article about: It can be a WW2 german air force wings and propeller button ? On the back : It writes "bruder schneider wien" with 3 clover leafes On the front : Two wings and a propeller. It is f

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    It can be a WW2 german air force wings and propeller button ?
    On the back :
    It writes "bruder schneider wien" with 3 clover leafes
    On the front :
    Two wings and a propeller.
    It is from my personal collection. Can a button be faked ?

    It is like the below item, but that has a different emblem on it.
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    https://www.etsy.com/listing/186838554/greek-firefighter-button-1940s-greece

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    Probably pre-war for the DLV (Deutsch Luftschutz Verband) or similar organisation.
    Pete

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    Thank you very much. Translated from the below site :

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    http://www.buttonarium.eu/wytworcy.php
    Brothers Schneider of Vienna. Engraving Department was founded around 1880 by Robert Theodore Schneider and operated by Robert and Hans Schneider for 1944.
    The most commonly used by the Friars Schneider signature is reversed verbena leaf clover with the letters on the card BSW (Brüder Schneider Wien). Our products also was signed by B. S. and BSW.
    Schneider Brothers performed military buttons for the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Austro-Hungarian officials, clerical and liveried in the Polish Kingdom and the military for the Polish Army during World War I (btrm3041).
    They are also known Iranian military button (btrm5501) and the German military button-type peas intended for the Wehrmacht (btrm2636), made ​​in 1938.
    Google translate it wrong, "do roku" in polish language is "until 1944" not "for 1944".

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    Intresting button.
    Design of wings and propeller, makes me think of the French, but I have never seen it on a peddled button.
    My bet would be it is Turkish button.....
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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