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x3 Wound Badges (Verwundetenabzeichen)

Article about: Good evening, It has been a while! I have been offered these three WB for 40 euro. I believe that two are in black - once of which is marked (88 - Werner Redo Saarlautern) and the other one

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    Good evening,

    It has been a while!

    I have been offered these three WB for 40 euro. I believe that two are in black - once of which is marked (88 - Werner Redo Saarlautern) and the other one being un-marked but very worn.

    I also believe the third one to be a silver version - what do you guys think?

    Thank you, Glen.
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    GO get them

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    Thanks Harry - will do!

    Do you think that it is a silver version?

    Thank you, Glen.

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    hi glen
    looks like a black steel one with no black finish and surprisingly no rust.
    yet there seems to be rust on the back.
    sure silvers were solid backed. might be wrong.
    regards
    Rod

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    Yep. Silver and gold are solid. That is as much as I know on the subject.

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