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Verwundetenabzeichen 1939 Gold, maker 11

Article about: Hi Guys, I just got this nice VWA gold from Grossmann ( 11) with case . Badge is tombak and in very good condition. Hope you like it as much as I do . MFG Marc

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    Hi Guys,

    I just got this nice VWA gold from Grossmann ( 11) with case .
    Badge is tombak and in very good condition.
    Hope you like it as much as I do .

    MFG
    Marc
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    An excellent set. Well found.
    William

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    Nice badge. The Grossmann design was also used by Deumer at some point, and L/11 badges are more easily found. I believe that Grossmann & Co. was a Jewish company from Vienna, and as such was taken over, or at least run by, Ferdinand Hoffstatter & Co. at some point after the annexation of Austria.

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Nice badge. The Grossmann design was also used by Deumer at some point, and L/11 badges are more easily found. I believe that Grossmann & Co. was a Jewish company from Vienna, and as such was taken over, or at least run by, Ferdinand Hoffstatter & Co. at some point after the annexation of Austria. Regards, Ned.
    could imagine they were taken over, if Jewish :-o
    Thanks for the info .
    Mfg
    Marc
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    Lovely gold Grossmann, not easy to find. Nice score

    /Jonas

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    beautiful badge but I think its 41 Geb.BenderOberstien/Nahe.

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    That Does look suspiciously like a "4" when you look at it. There definitely seems to be a short arm protruding halfway up from the right hand side of the 1st number. Good catch.
    William

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    Strange! it looks like 11 in one photo but 41 in another!..
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    Very nice and perfect set.

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    Definetely 11 in hand :-)

    MFG
    Marc
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