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Gautag Mai 1938 Leipiz Tinnie for review


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Steve,

Is that laquer on the front?

The back is fun, the difference in the pin condition in contrast with the rest of the badge, I am sure the pin was always there since it was made though and pictures are always different to in the hand.

What do you think yourself about it?

Jock :)

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Steve,

Whats one of them?

I think it is ok or are they actually copying tinnies to this degree as well, probably but only really rare stuff I would have thought?

Can you post a picture without the vasaline?

I am not sure what you could put on Aluminum to prevent corrosion, possibly just a storage issue away from any damp?

Jock :)

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Here it is without the Vasoline.As Pete correctly points out,it is zinc.Re: fakes-In my travels,I was surprised to find many low-priced items faked,crudely,but why bother???I do think this one is good.

Best regards,Steve

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