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I have been offered a nice FJ Assman Badge, second type, with the 'A' on the rear and the '2' on the rear of the wreath, for ?225.00.

Is it worth it, or not?

Cheers :cheers: John.

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Is it worth it, or not?


Sounds like a good price, but what's the condition like? Having no pictures to go on...things to look out for:repairs, zinc pest, repainted eagle etc. See if the seller can supply those all important pictures.

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Thank s John.

I've had it in my hands and it's a very nice piece. And the price seemed good, but I know nothing about the 'NO.2' example.



Hello John,

Here is a "No.2" example from my collection for your reference. If it matches up, and is in as good or better condition as this example, I would go for it.


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