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Verwundetenabzeichen 1939

Article about: Hello, Im currently in Cologne, Germany. I stopped at an Antique store and found some stuff. I cannot tell if this wound badge is good or not, If someone could help me out I would appreciate

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    Hello,
    Im currently in Cologne, Germany. I stopped at an Antique store and found some stuff. I cannot tell if this wound badge is good or not, If someone could help me out I would appreciate it, also what is a good price for it? Thank you! - Nick K
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    It might stand a chance. Is this a Hauptmünzamt Wien example? Not sure about the catch. They do not trade for big bucks in this condition - $60 to $80 maybe. NH

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    This badge appears fine to me. I see no red flags and looking at the pin and apparent remains of finish in places on the reverse, it's a gold one. As prices go it's subjective but the lower end given above is ballpark.

    Regards, Ned.
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    I agree with Ned. A good but heavily aged badge. I have seen Gold examples on web with the same catch and pin. Price in this condition under 100. NH

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    As stated, it is good.

    Moved to the correct sub forum.

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    Thank you all for your help!! - Nick K

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    a good one.

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