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Verwundetenabzeichen 1939 in Silber - "65" 2 x Zinc

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    Default Verwundetenabzeichen 1939 in Silber - "65" 2 x Zinc

    Hi,

    Here is another comparison of two different zinc Klein & Quenzer.

    As you can see it is not only the maker mark that is placed different, also the hinge/catch is located differently.

    /Jonas



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    Hi, I own this piece, which is marked number 65th
    Maybe the original?
    Regards zdenislav

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    Hi, I own this piece, which is marked number 65th
    Maybe the original?
    Regards zdenislav
    First of all the maker mark is wrong for an original Klein & Quenzer. And there is someting about the medal itself that does not feel right. But I cannot really point out what exact bothers me, it is the overall feeling.

    /Jonas

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    Thank you for answer.

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    Hi jonas
    i got thise 2 variants also at my colletion ,imo the badge on te left is a tombak and the right badge is the most commen , will be made of zinc
    the left badge will be thinner ,please compare them ...you will noticed.
    good luck
    andreas

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    Indeed, the left is thinner than the right one. But if feels more zinc than tombac to me. But now I'm a little more confused

    /Jonas

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    Thank you Jonas for your pics, they are great for my education

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