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Verwundetenabzeichen in black. Thoughts?

Article about: Picked this up the other day. It looked good to me, so I was not concerned buying it. Hopefully I was right. Is this an early war example? Thanks for looking!

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    Default Verwundetenabzeichen in black. Thoughts?

    Picked this up the other day. It looked good to me, so I was not concerned buying it. Hopefully I was right.
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    Is this an early war example?
    Thanks for looking!


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    Hi, the type of pin and catch used here looks like the style used by Hauptmuzamt, Wien. If marked, it would be the # 30. Looks like a good badge in black.
    Hope this helps. K.

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    Quote by KEVIN23 View Post
    Hi, the type of pin and catch used here looks like the style used by Hauptmuzamt, Wien. If marked, it would be the # 30. Looks like a good badge in black.
    Hope this helps. K.
    Thanks Kevin! I liked it, and now the last of the "regular" TR wound badges I need is the gold.

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    its a good one.

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    If it is an unmarked 30 its a rather rare one aswell. Nice find!!

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    Quote by juncker93 View Post
    If it is an unmarked 30 its a rather rare one aswell. Nice find!!
    Thanks!
    Where would it be marked? On the pin? Could, in the absence of a makers mark, anyone say with certainty that it is a 30?

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    It should be marked like this. This is an example sold on militariaplaza.

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    Regards Juncker93

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    It is not marked there. Have to see how closely it compares to a known example. Is there evidence of unmarked 30s? It would be cool to be able to id a maker. My silver is marked 100.

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    There is definitely no maker mark on this badge. I took some better pictures of the hardware. Possibly a match to a 30?

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