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  1. Robert, Saw one similar on another forum. It was for Gau Franken. Had the same attachment setup. --dj--Joe
  2. Robert, I'll have to hit the tinnie books. No date no ship or trip name. Generic NSG/KDF donation badge? --dj--Joe
  3. 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
  4. Nice addition. --dj--Joe
  5. very nice. That's all the known makers? --dj--Joe
  6. 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.
  7. To my old eyes it looks like 146. --dj--Joe
  8. Robert, I look forward to your comparison line up. --dj--Joe
  9. Glad it's clear to some. I'm somewhat lost. It is a difference of opinion on marked vs unmarked correct? Side by side is there any distinct difference? --dj--Joe
  10. Adlerhorst, I second the motion in wishing to see some of your collection as time allows. Thank you for the information on the pins. Regards, Joe
  11. Thank you, Don. Good to know. --dj--Joe
  12. They look great all together Don. Is the wreath a separate addition or is it a one piece badge? --dj--Joe
  13. Appreciate seeing them, thank you. --dj--Joe
  14. Been quiet here for some time. While I have added a few pieces new to me, they have been pictured before. I still enjoy picking them up and browsing this thread. Hope you all are doing well and finding new and exciting pieces. I have had this for a few years, will add it as a visual aid. Worn condition. --dj--Joe
  15. That should keep you busy for quite some time.