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Hi Jan Arne,

Very nice badge. It's the same as Michel's described in this this thread. I presume the round wire catch is applied end-on in the typical Lüdenscheid "question mark" fashion?

It shows the typical Type 1 die feature of the "squished laurel leaf". Personally I believe this to be the tombak S&L. The idea of a W&L attribution arises from the few Type 2 die "non-squished laurel leaf" examples that exist with W&L's "100" mark on the pin, raising again the ongoing discussion of a possible working relationship between W&L and S&L.

Best regards,

---Norm

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Very nice, and not a common type, so a good find. This design was used by S&L, W&L and K&Q. I'm personally not convinced that S&L is more likely than W&L as the maker but either way a very nice original badge.

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Hello there,

I bet that one is heavy!

Beautiful badge.

William Kramer

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