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Do they fake these stars?

Article about: by Boudionovka the hamer is a little twisted Attachment 481031 It is a very common occurrence...

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    How about this one? This is the other one I picked up cheap lately (this one is being mailed though and the color has me worried but it could be the photo).
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    Meyerse

    a good one

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Hi Richie, here is the replica (sold as such) I mentioned, double click on the pic in the link to get a good view.

    M1936 STAR COCKADE FOR HEADGEAR SOLDIERS AND SERGEANTS (34 mm)

    Cheers, Ade.
    Thanks Ade!

    Not too difficult to distinguish. The cotter pin style prongs and solder are a dead giveaway - plus, it seems to be stamped from sheet copper, not brass plated steel.

    Someday though, one will be offered or considered authentic with some age and use.

    Cheers,
    Richie
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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    hi

    1917 typ

    On other one to sell :

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    and one other for officer :

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    1935 typ :

    Do they fake these stars?Do they fake these stars?

    all the stars I have shown, are for sale this week! Ask me the link MP, if you are interested.
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    Thanks everyone for the input. When I have a moment, I'll do good clear shots of both and post them up.
    I'm not an expert on these but once you have a real one in your hands, I think it becomes easier to tell fakes.....

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    And this one ?

    That is a magnetic model :

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    Thanks
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    Postwar - 1947 to mid 50s...
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  9. #28

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    Thank Ricihe !

    it's a model 47, because is magnétic or because the H&S are big ?

    thanks

  10. #29

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    ...because this type was introduced in 1947. Please do a search. I have posted a lot of information on many types of stars over the years - including these.

    99% of all mass produced stars are magnetic - brass plated steel.
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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    My latest star :

    the hamer is a little twisted but it seen good for 30 $


    Do they fake these stars?

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