Jump to content


Past Contributor
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Berzotti*

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  1. I hope it is just the beginning. Thanks Greg!
  2. Hi Saschaw, Excelent!!! I'm really enjoying the Imperial German militaria! Thank you for replay! Best regards!!
  3. Naxos, M Hunter and redeagleorder, Thanks for reception and replay! Yes, stil is magnetic. Does this mean? Best regards!
  4. I would appreciate opinions on this please. I apologize for the few words, my English is bad. Many thanks Berzotti
  5. Gentleman's, My first EK2-1914. German imperial militaria It is a new field for me. I would appreciate anyone's opinion's. Best regards! Berzotti
  6. I've been looking at the front, I noticed several differences, some more visible. I'll try to describe them. 1 - sole of the boot 2 - crumpled different and with shade (shadow in "poofy") 3 - crumpled different and with shade (shadow in "poofy") 4 - thickness of the belt 5 - thickness of the bat 6 - tie belt 7 - size of sleeve bar 8 - collar of the kimono 9 - creased the sleeve is more subtle 10 - hair and a face less Regards. Berzotti ps: sorry for my bad english
  7. Gordon, Congratulations for the great exemplary! It follows my medal, some information: http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=3252 Thanks all
  8. Thanks all for the words Correct. Many Japanese had immigrated for South America in search to land for cultivate, resulted of false publicity divulged in the entire world.
  9. Hi all, This is my medal, and the photo below is my great-grandfather exhibiting the same model. http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b241/Taw...litaria/tao.jpg extended image Regards
  10. Hi fellas, This is my first message, forgives for my English! Gordon, Very nice exemplary, congratulations! Kev in Deva, Thanks for the information, is of great value! Somebody would have images of the medal fake to be able to compare? All regards
  • Create New...