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In the efforts to make headway on our own research I would like to begin this thread to complie a database of the Hungarian Partisan Badges. There were several types and some variations. It would be great if everyone could post an image of the badges (front and back) or at least 1) if you have a badge 2) does it have a number.

Designations:

Type 1.1: Probably Soviet manufactured, silver, thin base, screwback style, commonly unnumbered

Type 1.2: Hungarian manufactured, silver, thicker base, pinback, commonly unnumbered

Type 1.3: Probably Soviet manufactured, zink, thicker base, pinback or screwback, commonly unnumbered

Type 2.1: Hungarian manufacture, guilded bronze, pinback, numbered

Type 2.2: Hungarian manufacture, guilded bronze, pinback, unnumbered (1980's type)

Type 1.1

2 unnumbered

Type 1.2

1 unnumbered

Type 1.3

1 unnumbered

1 with hand scratched number 901

1 with hand scratched number 446

Type 2.1

#1

#9

#56

#84 (documented Dr Janos Beck)

#444 (document - no badge)

#490 (miniature only)

#558

#724

#804 (on eBay 12/2/12)

#824

#826

#1019

#1057

#1069

#1089

#1094

#1149

#1249 (documented Dr Janos Beckne)

#1622

#1735

#1860

#2142 (Document - no badge)

#2228

#2448 (document - no badge)

#2767 (document - no badge)

#2809 (mini)

#2888 (mini)

#3100 (document - no badge)

#3159

#3473

#3649

#3662 (on eBay 9/25/12)

#3695

#3711 (Collect Russia Web Site, 12/30/08)

#4062

#4148

#4194

#4302

#4352

#4428

#4567

#4668

#4876

#4936

#5070

#5074

#5076

#5240 (Documented to Joszef Nagy)

#5312

#5367

#5524

#5765

#6043

#6064

#6066

#6301

#6367

Type 2.2

2 (unnumbered)

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