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  1. Appreciate every one posting. Thought I had one to add but an example is already shown. --dj--Joe
  2. Bill, It's difficult to tell from an image. The maker mark is raised and MAINZ 3 is engraved. --dj--Joe
  3. Here is what I came up with. Hope it is of some help. --dj--Joe
  4. Hi Bill, I have an example but it has to be the grainiest picture I have so it is of little use. Will try for a better image. To my eyes the G's in Ges. gesch. are different. Also the E and R in BERLIN. --dj--Joe
  5. I see the maker marks are different. Close-ups would be more telling. The lettering on the post-war fabrications maker mark would be a comparison point against others.
  6. I meant to reply some time ago. One thought drives out the other. A. STUBBE produced DRK badges. How do the maker mark and the pin setups compare? --dj--Joe
  7. Searched through my items, did not find any from C. Dinsel. --dj--Joe
  8. Robert, If you check out the - Deutsches Kleingärtnermuseum it will give history of the allotment gardens.
  9. Or that elusive 50 yr. --dj--Joe
  10. Robert, Saw one similar on another forum. It was for Gau Franken. Had the same attachment setup. --dj--Joe
  11. Robert, I'll have to hit the tinnie books. No date no ship or trip name. Generic NSG/KDF donation badge? --dj--Joe
  12. Crimped onto a pocket or perhaps through a lapel buttonhole. If on a women's jacket? Not sure. If loose weave cloth no problem. --dj--Joe
  13. Nice addition. --dj--Joe
  14. very nice. That's all the known makers? --dj--Joe
  15. Robert, thank you. Interesting how some went to the extra effort to lock the pin in place. Happy new Year Don, Robert and all. --dj--Joe I also notice on the Seiboth adler the outer wings, the short line ends squared off rather than angled like the others. Nuances.