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verwundetenabzeichen in silber L/21

Article about: I have had this badge a long time and have never seen another with the same hook /pin set up .I think its a war time issue ? any comments welcome galvout

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    Default verwundetenabzeichen in silber L/21

    Just to note ,are the pin and hinge always cast in the badge? I have an L/21 that has the pin ,hook affixed to the badge , these are made of a brass type metal. I am sure the badge is a war made badge any info ? Thanks galvout

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    Quote by galvout View Post
    Just to note ,are the pin and hinge always cast in the badge? I have an L/21 that has the pin ,hook affixed to the badge , these are made of a brass type metal. I am sure the badge is a war made badge any info ? Thanks galvout
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    thanks for coming back . I will have a go at posting pictures. galvout

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    Quote by galvout View Post
    Just to note ,are the pin and hinge always cast in the badge? I have an L/21 that has the pin ,hook affixed to the badge , these are made of a brass type metal. I am sure the badge is a war made badge any info ? Thanks galvout
    Hello Galvout,
    the early tombac awards by this maker had soldered on fittings and are in my opinion a bit more readily available.

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    Default verwundetenabzeichen in silber L/21

    I have had this badge a long time and have never seen another with the same hook /pin set up .I think its a war time issue ? any comments welcome galvout
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    That is an unusual set up.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    That is an unusual set up.........!
    ...And absolutely correct for an early zinc Forster & Barth round wire pin wound badge. Looking closely at the first pic showing the hinge, a trace of gold gilding remains on the domed rivet which means this was most likely a GWB.

    Regards, Ned.
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    Last Entry - For God's sake look after our people.'

    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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    thanks for the info ,as I said I have not seen another one like this in all my years as a collector ( 40 + years ).I paid about 20 for it as a private purchase about 20 years ago .This relic forum is a must for the learning curve . keep up the good work once again thanks to all

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    its oke ,i have a silver one in my collection
    gtz andreas

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