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enhancement of the JRGM maker mark just below the clasp!

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And Finally, my last scan for this awesome thread. Thank you for starting it!

Note the different hinge type.

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Guest WAR LORD

the reverse of a silver 1957 and obverse

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Very nice WARLORD!

Is there a way to get a closeup of the reverse of the 1957 WB with the inscription?

Also, is the 20July1944 the real deal? :speechless1:

Paul

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Thank you for showing your badges.Acollection is even nicer when some items come from your

family.Thanks Ronny for back shot of the 57s.I dont have one.Would anyone have document

for a Imperial wound badge to add to the thread.?Great for the Imperial side of a collection.

A shot of a siver with document for ww2

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My only imperal wound badge document.

Best Regards,

Ronny

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That one looks great.Now we need some pictures of the badge in ware.Anyone else?

don

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ronny-

LOVE the wound badge doc!

i expected to see an earlier date,

but i guess with regiment specific

docs, they used them throughout the war.

warlord-

is that an axis ally wound badge?

very interesting!

joe

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Hello

I have two Imperial wound badges, a black one and a cut out silver type.

Regards

David

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To answer the two questions, the 20 July 1944 is real and that which Jodel was wearing. The strange bronze wound badge on ribbon, no idea. But came from a friend Bob Seiver, with some other woberful "Strange" ribbons. My thoughts are that this is a NSDAP Supporters badge.

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To answer the two questions, the 20 July 1944 is real and that which Jodel was wearing.

:speechless1: WOW :speechless1:

How did you come up this special WB!

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:speechless1: WOW :speechless1:

Warlord, could you offer some details on how you obtained this? Outstanding to say the least :jumping:

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Some pictures given to me by Knight cross holder Remy Schrijnen. :rolleyes:

Regards,

Ronny

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Great pictures.Now some Imperials if someone has some.Remember we are trying to set up a thread

with basic stuff for the beginner.Your 1944 is a fine badge War Lord.Might be for a advanced, advanced

collector.Please give some details if you can.

don

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As a veteran of the 1866 war with Austria and the South German states, this elderly Prussian military official was at least 70 years old in 1918 when he received this Black Wound Badge:

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