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R.K. in silver.

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the reverse.

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Rudolf Richter, Schlag (R.R.S.) not to be confused with R.S.&S. (Richard Simm & Sohne) who never made PABs.

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Rudolf Souval (R S) in bronze. Two different versions of the maker mark. The more rounded on is late war and can be found on post war productions. The key is the catch. A single piece stamped catch is post war.

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RS in silver with wide pin.

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the reverse.

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A bronze that was until recently attributed to S&L.

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This one is called the "small dish" PAB. You can see why.

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Early small "w" in tombak from Karl Wurster.

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The reverse.

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This bronze is made by an unknown producer but it comforms to known materials, techiques, and construction.

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Wernstein in bronze.

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the reverse. This is the typical reverse set up for this manufacturer.

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Wernstein in silver. This badge has been refinished. You can tell it was probably a ground find or stored badly.

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the reverse.

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Wurster bronze zink massive.

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The reverse.

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Wurster bronze hollow bunt metal.

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The reverse. Typical Wurster set up.

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Wurster silver zink massive. Harder to find than the bronze.

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The reverse.

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Zimmerman in bronze. Note the simularity of the reverse set up with the Juncker.

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Last one. Sorry for boring you all. Late war Zimmerman in silver. Notice the change in reverse set ups.

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Guest Darrell

Geeezuz don ... amazing collection wub.gif

I never knew you had this many PABs ...

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