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here's my latest one. It's a painted verson but not a zinicer it is magnetic

Re: RZM M1\90 -

That's a new one on me... I've never seen/noticed the reversed 'Z' in the RZM code stamp before.

I've seen an enamel version party pin with the stamp RZM M1\90 but the Z was correct on that one. :unsure:

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Danny,

I know what you mean it is an unexplained oddity to me also if the over all workmanship hadn't be so good I most likely would have pass it by. Here is my enamel version of the same badge notice how the details of the RZM logo and M numbers with exception of the Z are virtually the same.

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Here is my latest I know the attachment plate is not original but it could be a period repair who knows. I believe the original plate is still there under what appears to be an attachment device from a mini mutters cross pendent. maker is Ferdinand Wagner, Pforzheim.

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Hi Gentlemen,

Came across this members badge. The front seems to be quantity enameled, the reverse has no RZM stamp or numbers - completely blank. Were these badges made before the introduction of the RZM standard ? and is this badge original ? any help appreciated

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Hi Gentlemen,

Came across this members badge. The front seems to be quantity enameled, the reverse has no RZM stamp or numbers - completely blank. Were these badges made before the introduction of the RZM standard ? and is this badge original ? any help appreciated

I would say this badge was made before 1934 just from the style of fonts used the oval 0 used here was changed to a more circular O after 1934/35 when the new RZM regulations came into effect also the lack of any markings on the reverse can be found on some of the earlier badges like this one.

James.

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Hello James,

Many thanks for your cogent reply. I take it, when you refer to font style oval & round, its what I would call, pin retaining plate ? yes. - Again thanks for the posting.

Best Wishes

Alec

No when I refer to the style of fonts Im talking about the type of lettering that was used.

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Hello all,

The NSDAP is a transitional peice that dates from mid-Jan 1935 and the end of March 1935, when M1 prefixes were added. A very short window. Marked on the reverse No25 for Rudolf Reiling, Pforzheim - M1/25. Minor crazing to the enamel, but really a nice badge

William Kramer

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Hello all,

The NSDAP is a transitional peice that dates from mid-Jan 1935 and the end of March 1935, when M1 prefixes were added. A very short window. Marked on the reverse No25 for Rudolf Reiling, Pforzheim - M1/25. Minor crazing to the enamel, but really a nice badge

William Kramer

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