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Gents From my limited veterans collection. It is marked with a nice crisp 5 along with ges.gesch. Any others out there for comparisons sake. Take Care. Robert

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Here's another that recently passed through my hands, also marked 5.

Although there are small differences on the base section, has anyone noticed that the pattern in the enamel on all these shown is identical?

Cheers

Don

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Here is mine one, surprise surprise it is a number 5, I am seeing a pattern

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But this one which is a 25 year badge is marked number 4. So I am wondering is a 50 numbered 6??? I have only seen a 50 year badge once and then I was dubious as the details weren't as crisp

Mel

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My 50yr has a 5 on it. I've started a thread for them, hopefully some other members may have examples so we can see if there are any 6's out there.

Here's the thread.... http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/48976-nsrkb-50-year/

I don't recall seeing a 50yr with a 6, but I have seen a 25 with that number.

Cheers

Don

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Got this document a while ago, has some creases etc in it, but thats expected over time

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