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The following maker marks are found on period Heer/SS war badges produced between 1939-1945




It should be noted that manufacturers also produced the same badges without any maker marks - therefore, unmarked badges should not be dismissed as originals purely because they are devoid of any maker's marks.




C E Juncker - Berlin




Karl Wurster - Markneukirchen





Friedrich Linden - Ludenscheid




F.W. Assmann und Söhne - Ludenscheid




Sohni, Heubach & Co. (S.H.u.C.o.) - Idar-Oberstein a.d. Nahe




Rudolf Souval - Wien





Funke & Brüninghaus (F&BL) - Ludenscheid




Deschler & Sohn - München




Josef Feix Sohne (JFS) - Gablonz




Grossmann & Co - Wien




Förster & Barth - Pforzheim




E. Ferdinand Wiedmann - Frankfurt




AGMuK - Gablonz (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Metall und Kunstoff) 1-7




A.G.M.u.K - Gablonz


 

MK or HM

(debate surrounds the subject of this maker's mark - 'KM' or 'HM'? The schools of thought are; 'H M' for Hauptmunzamt, Munchen - 'K M' for the conglomerate Metalle Kunstoffe, Gablonz)





Rudolf Karneth (R.K) - Gablonz




Carl Wild - Hamburg




Ernst Müller - Pforzheim




Wilhelm Hobacher (WH) - Wien




Franke & Co (FCL) - Ludenscheid




Fritz Zimmermann & Co (FZS) - Stuttgart




Julius Bauer & Söhne (J B & Co) - Zella-Mehlis / Thüringen




AS




Frank & Reif - Stuttgart




Rudolf Richter (RRS) - Schlag




Hermann Aurich - Dresden




B.H. Mayer - Pforzheim




Gustav Brehmer (GB) - Markneukirchen




Hymmen & Co (H&CL) - Ludenscheid




Adolf Scholze - Grünwald




Richard Simm & Söhne - Gablonz




Gebrüder Wegerhoff (GWL) - Ludenscheid




Friedrich Orth (F.O.) - Wien




Brüder Schneider (BSW) - Wien




EWE




Arno Wallpach - Salzburg


 
 
Attributed to Werner Redo - Saarlautern

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If I've missed any, feel free to post.

Edited by J Temple-West
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