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Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz - original or fake?

Article about: itīs a nice copy, mate... the uniform... is it real?

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    itīs a nice copy, mate... the uniform... is it real?

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    Unfortunately no. But the belt and buckle are, compliments of member ' All1knew'. The map case is a real one as well as the other medals and walther PPK holster. The EKI is denazified . Also, I know I need officers shoulder boards it's more of a personal display rather than historically accurate.
    Dean.
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    Quote by fpalacio View Post
    I know I shouldnīt post this in here, but I feel happy right now and I need to show one pic of my Little medals collection... I got more things (silver coins, letters, postcards, money, bullets, etc etc), but I donīt want to push too much.

    I hope u all like it!
    Nice grouping! Can we see some photos of the cased Japanese Medal?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

  5. #24

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    sure!! And thanks!!

    Here u got the pics of the japanese case and medal, mate. (many many many sherlock pictures of them)

    *This one was given to japanese soldiers for attacking China at WW2 (this war was called "The China Incident" for the japanese goverment) LOL.
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    An Excellent Medal, for sure! We don't often get to see much Japanese material here! This one is a gem!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

  7. #26

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    Thx, Wagriff... Id dinīt know that... the guy who sold it to me has one ore two more for selling. It was a kinda cheap, actually.

    I hv paid something like US$50 with box included (here, in Argentina)

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    Fpalacio how do you take the enlarged images, magnifying glass or jewelers eyepiece agains the camera?
    Morris

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