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20 Juli Verwundetenabzeichen.

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    Default 20 Juli Verwundetenabzeichen.


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    The July 20 wound badge is bad. I saw one at the Maxx show a few years ago. I think it was price over $20,000.

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    A very bad fake. Try a search for these badges here in this forum and you will find some good ones for comparison.

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    A bad - BAD fake.........!
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    Steve.

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    Two thumbs down. If I had 3 thumbs, then it would be three thumbs down.

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    Sorry bad.
    chris

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    RZM'ed?

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    RZM'ed?
    My thoughts completely. These dumb fakers think adding RZM or SS stamps to anything will convince someoneto buy one of these. In 1962, I was in a militaria shop in Chicago when a vet brought in the greatest treasure trove of medals and badges I have ever seen. Among the pieces was a silver 1944 wound badge. There were also numerous cased Ritterkreuz, a Grand Cross to the Iron Cross and the famous cased set of three German Orders that Steve Wolfe has. That grouping, of which I only have dealt with a partial part of it, was an amazing find.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    My thoughts completely. These dumb fakers think adding RZM or SS stamps to anything will convince someoneto buy one of these. In 1962, I was in a militaria shop in Chicago when a vet brought in the greatest treasure trove of medals and badges I have ever seen. Among the pieces was a silver 1944 wound badge. There were also numerous cased Ritterkreuz, a Grand Cross to the Iron Cross and the famous cased set of three German Orders that Steve Wolfe has. That grouping, of which I only have dealt with a partial part of it, was an amazing find.
    Any info on who was that GI what unit?
    Where is that shop in Chicago?
    chris

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    Quote by cricketchris1944 View Post
    Any info on who was that GI what unit?
    Where is that shop in Chicago?
    chris
    In those days, things were bought without any interest in the person who obtained them. The shop was at Halsted and 76th St., a racially changing neighborhood so many vets did not want to haul their souvenirs when they moved and sold them instead. The shop was owned by Bob Gramberg, who put out a very early collector book identifying items that came through his store. The Grand Cross and 20 July wound badge were both featured in the book. When he closed, another Chicago shop bought up the remnants. It was owned by the late Phil Weber and it was located at 87th and Ashland. Back in the early days when there was so much material and few buyers.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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