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Thank you Odulf for the extra pictures. I am even more sure that it is not a reflection from light, I am sure that it shows a badge that is unknown to us (or at least me :whistle: ) at this time...

What do you guys think?

Cheers

Don

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I agree with Don.....something different and perhaps unknown.

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Could this be a variant of the "Bund Deutscher Ostern" badge?

To muddy the waters more, it seems to me that in the upper blown up photo, it is not an "Arbeits Dank" pin.

Pete

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Could this be a variant of the "Bund Deutscher Ostern" badge?

To muddy the waters more, it seems to me that in the upper blown up photo, it is not an "Arbeits Dank" pin.

Pete

I was thinking similar thoughts Pete. There's also the Scharnhorst Bund, they used a white shield/black cross with a crown in the centre.

You are correct re the "A.D." pin, see post 33.

Cheers

Don

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Gents, don't run into a pre-assumed trap, stick to the facts: what do we see, and how do we interpretate an image....

No skin of my back, but I'd like a solid confirmation, or solid other opinion, ......

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A nice couple of examples there Robert, thank you for posting them. The Paulmann & Crone is especially well marked & I agree with your estimation that the second example is likely to be Stübbe.

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Don

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My gold/orange type.

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Another Hillenbrand to mate with Dons' example.

Pete Is that an Aurich mark I see under the attaching pin?

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You can see differences in Joe & my example and Petes' example. Maybe we can have a side by side?

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"Pete Is that an Aurich mark I see under the attaching pin?"

Well spotted Robert.

Yes it is.

Pete

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Pete I have only ever seen Aurich and my markings on these. I have seen many many ges. gesch. examples. What to think? Another Dank

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And lastly ges.gesch. on the attaching pin plate and the pin itself. Any one have any others?

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Here is one I would like to get but it is a whopping $75!! That is obscene. Any idea who the maker is?

PS I hope this one sits forever unsold.

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It would be nice to know if there is another letter under that pin Robert, the gap between the A. & the T is quite large....

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The only maker I can think of is Timm, but their initial letter was H.

Pete

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Don I guess I could ask the dealer what the full initials are. And maybe for his asking price he can hand deliver it to me! The first one of these I ever bought cost $10. Time is flying buy.

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