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Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwartz mm 65 for review

Article about: This is marked on the back, K&Q, 65, 42. I think, and hope, it's good as I haven't seen many marked from this maker. Any thoughts appreciated.

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    Default Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwartz mm 65 for review

    This is marked on the back, K&Q, 65, 42. I think, and hope, it's good as I haven't seen many marked from this maker. Any thoughts appreciated.
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    I'm not an expert, but looks good to me! I haven't seen anything from them either tho!

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    Looks a good K&Q!

    The '65' mark can be found in two locations thus:

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    Thanks, gentlemen. Nick, that one is positively mint. I had only seen the marking on the stahlhelm, but this one looked good enough to go for.
    Well, it only took a year to find this one, maybe in my next life . . .
    Now I have the black, silver and gold from this same maker. Unless I find a really mint example, I'm done with these wound badges. I think. Unless one just really 'catches my eye' . . .

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    Good work Roger! You know that more will catch your eye ! Thats the name of this game mate
    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Don't I know it!
    There's still Imperials, cutouts, Condor, and probably more I don't even know exist yet!

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    Snyders treasures had a jewelers copy of the 20 Juli wound badge in gold....a copy mind for 5000.....somebody bought it!!!

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    I guess one mans treasure is . . . another mans treasure, too!

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    Last year at the SOS I observed a fellow at a booth which bore a name I have seen on this and other forums. He was removing a handful of what appeared to be somewhat rusted BWB's from an envelope full of them, and in what I thought to be a rather furtive manner handed them to another individual who quickly put them in a coat pocket and darted off. Kind of made me wonder, what goes on behind the scenes that we don't know about . . .?

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    I have three wound badges, black, silver(denazified) and gold......but mr Snyder really takes the biscuit, at one stage I think he had 3 20 juli badges, and 5 sets of hitlers cuff links...all authenticated by one Albert speer

    Sorry to jump in on your thread......I like your marked example.....and yes there are many types of these to collect

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