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EK1 screwback disc - help with maker name please.

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Hi gents

i can’t read this - I hope someone else can.

i wonder does anyone recognise the makers name on this please?

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Its about 1cm diameter 

its currently on an EK1 1870 of dubious origin and I’m curious if it belongs at all...

thanks in advance

tony

 

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A good close-up of the disc would help, but from what I can see it is not German.  The word appears to be "Technicka" which make it either Russian or Slovic.  Jim
 

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Hi Jim

I can see it better with an eye glass but this picture may be a little clearer- phone cam blurs when too close to it.

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thanks loads Jim

i now see it as technika.....

Do you think that would still be a possible Russia/Slovic word?

i’ll get looking on google....

 

cheers tony

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Hi Tony, it is a Slavic name and probably from Czechoslovakia.  Jim

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Thanks Jim

much appreciated

 

tony

5 minutes ago, Jim R said:

Hi Tony, it is a Slavic name and probably from Czechoslovakia.  Jim

 

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