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Verwundetenabzeichen 1939 in Schwarz, Fake or real?

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    looks fine.

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    Looks like a ok wound badge. Great condition too! timothy

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    Hi, hard to tell from these images but what I will say is that it does not look like the common "dog bone" fake, and the dot pattern is in a nice uniform order so I would give it a 95% thumbs up! Leon.
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    I agree, better photos are required to give an accurate assessment.
    Ralph.
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