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1 hour ago, Paul S said:

I purchased one of these from Weitze late last year with a COA.

Are there now four known to exist??

I don't remember that Weitze had an original on his site during last years? There were only MWH fakes for sale. Can you show us pictures?

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8 hours ago, Paul S said:

Guys, check this out......dealer sold as 1918 or so.....

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This lot was sold by Weitze two times. It was offered as "Wehrwolf", but in my opinion it has nothing to do with the Wehrverband.

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Awesome collection.  I do have a question.  Post number 2 the blue hat with the orange piping on the second shelf.  Can you tell me what it is please?  I have one, with out the badge, and don't know what branch it represents.

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