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Another bronze AS in triangle...believe it or not but I have 37 PAB's but still no bronze AS in triangle :angry: These guys are easy to find but hard to get one with an acceptable finish. I also have a silver cupal Assmann Jan with about the same amount of finish as yours...nice badges.

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Congratulations Greg... you lucky bugger! I did see it on the WAF but I certainly don't mind seeing this badge one more time. I think only you and Philippe and Skip own one of these rare PAB's that I know of. Maybe Jan will post one now :cheeky:

@ Jan..very nice bronze HA badge..hard to find these with much finish left...here's mine but unfortunately someone has applied some type of clearcoat to the reverse.Anybody know how to remove it without damaging the finish?

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