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As people are still buying fakes of these badges in the belief that they are getting amazing bargains for half or two-thirds of the price they might pay for the genuine article, it seems logical to st

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On 24/02/2020 at 08:53, J Temple-West said:

Good morning, Freejack

If you scroll up 7 posts, you will see that Friedrich Linden - Lüdenscheid is mentioned as an accepted maker of the army para badge. Linden is also well known maker of Luftwaffe, Heer and Kriegsmarine war-time badges.

 

Hey.  I saw Friedrich Linden.  But I have a question about the badge with 4 wreath rings.  I think this name tag is original.  But 4 rings - according to this study - this badge is fake.  I don’t see everything, let's discuss this badge.  What points say is the original, and what points say is a fake

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