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Hi John !

Yupp ! That is also a well known and good made fake . That have cheated a lot of Collectors , in the starting of their Collecting .

 

Here is a other dangerous FAKE . Hollow PAB in Silver with Cutout gras area . Made in the same die as the Bronze one showed earlier .

 

Jan Arne

 

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Sorry battlecat but that's one very bad PAB IMO...although I will admit it's the first time I have seen this type of fake badge..it's also quite possibly the worst one I have ever seen. Could you post a complete scan of the reverse?

Dan

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Sorry battlecat but that's one very bad PAB IMO...although I will admit it's the first time I have seen this type of fake badge..it's also quite possibly the worst one I have ever seen. Could you post a complete scan of the reverse?

Dan

Hi Fella's,

Thanks for the feedback! Dan, I will try to get some complete scans of the back over the next day or so.

Stay tuned...

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