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    Hello,
    does anyone know if the makers of the black and silver wounded badges also make gold wounded badges? I do know that some makers did make the gold ones but I am not sure that all the makers did make gold badges.
    Thanks!
    Greetings Andreas
    Last edited by Adrian; 11-26-2013 at 11:52 AM. Reason: Title changed to use German terminology.

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    A lot of makers only produced Black wound badges, Rettenmeyer and Hobacher are two that spring to mind, as well as many small less well known makers and others who produced only Silver and Gold badges, not Black though, such as Zimmermann, Grossmann and Glaser & Sohn. Of course there were others that produced all three types like S&L, Hauptmunzamt Wein, Juncker and many others. There were no makers that produced only Gold badges.

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    Ned has summed your question up well

    Nick
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