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In my opinion this badge has been copied. I cannot tell if this is one.

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Pete

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...I have one exactly like it...and regard it as original, coming from a very reliable source....the fakes usually don't have such 'sharply' defined rear sides....the detail on the reverse of the originals is every bit as good as the front side...

...fakes tend to be more 'muddied'...with a lack of well defined detail...

...I would say this is a good original tinnie....

...there is also a 'Stuttgart 1.VII.34' tinnie which is near identical...

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Thank you claymore

Do you mind showing your 'Stuttgart 1.VII.34' tinnie to the forum?

Best wishes

KDVR

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Just looking at the pics of your badge and got the one i have out, saw something in your photo

that i never noticed before. There is a makers mark on it, on the one i have it,s very faint but

looking with a magnifying glass, it,s Karl Wurster Markneukirchen. You learn something every day!

i think the one you have is a good one

Regards

Mametz

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Hi KDVR....

...I actually posted my Stuttgart tinnie earlier this evening in the SA tinnie section...

Regards.

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