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Hi 922F

Thank you for the comments The mark is ta eagle head -French mark for Gold

I recently missed out on another rare miniature It was sold recently The price went well above what i expected It took me by surprise

It is a pity because i have the full size Badge in  a box

Hi Jovanmara i do not have  Facebook account For me Facebook is a spying on its members very badly and i suspended my account Sorry. i will find other way to contact you

 

 

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Hi Igor,

 

Yes it is very nice In real looks even nicer

It is more likely to be WW1 period It is the small type 53 mm x 30 mm

German made Stamped, as you see "SILBER" on the top

Godet?!  Perhaps yes, however without maker mark difficult to say

Recently 14 Carat Gold badge by Godet was sold on auction in Germany

It was a stunning piece and the price was also stunning Sadly I was not the lucky buyer

 

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Terrific!  Have been looking for this badge as a single for years...anyone with a spare please contact me.   

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Hi 922F,

 

Thank you for the comment. I also, like you, have been looking for a such mini for a while

My latest Red Cross

The ribbon looks modern one and not the correct, however this Cross is difficult to get, therefore i can not be very picky

 

 

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