Jim R

EKI Wiederholungsspangen

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Unknown Maker, also recently has been associated with Eugen Schmidhausler as the maker.

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This completes the EKI Wiederholungsspanges.

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Fantastic Jim!

This is the wifes great grandfathers , I dont have the eye, a few of those you posted look like deadingers....

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Chris, Unknown Maker or Eugen Schmidhäußler. Jim

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Jim,

Thanks for sharing your collection with us. to be honest i'm speechless. Your collection is incredible.

have you got some different cases for all your device ?

Christophe

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Hi Jim,

Magnificent collection. Here's two missing. First a 2. Pattern Juncker L/12.

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Next is an Unknown Maker. Jon thinks Juncker but I think more likely is another maker. Deumer has also been suggested because the datebox is a twin to Deumer's well-known design, and one was found attached to a Deumer EK1 to make a combo.

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Excellent collection and an invaluable guide for spangen collectors.Thanks Jim. :D

Jon :violent:

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Jim,

Thanks for sharing your collection with us. to be honest i'm speechless. Your collection is incredible.

have you got some different cases for all your device ?

Christophe

Hi Christophe, I missed your post earlier. Yes, I have some for both EKI and EKII version. Here is my best case, it is a Kreigsmarine presentation set. Jim

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ID: 36   Posted (edited)

Boerger & C0 screwback 2nd model buntmetal. this is the only known one that has been found making it extremely rare. Jim

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L/57 Boerger & Co pin back buntmetal. I have seen four more pin backs (one zinc) and a zinc screw back.

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