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Hi,

This is very well known fake also known as the 'puffy eye' fake.
It comes with different hardware setups and maker's marks, sometimes unmarked.
Berg & Nolte never made any KM award.
Cheers,

Hubert

Hubert 'puffy eye' fake

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On ‎5‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 11:45, Bubba_Z said:

Hi,

This is very well known fake also known as the 'puffy eye' fake.
It comes with different hardware setups and maker's marks, sometimes unmarked.
Berg & Nolte never made any KM award.
Cheers,

Hubert

Hubert 'puffy eye' fake

I agree with Hubert.

It's a postwar reproduction.

 

Regards,Martin.

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On 12/5/2017 at 22:16, misterjerry said:

U Boat badge solid brass, some gilt finish in spots, chicken head eagle, i dont have much reference, and cant seem to find B&NL badge to compare...gratefull for opinions..cheerz

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misterjerry OR sailorjerry on katawiki......

i ve write to katawiki because if u want to sale fakes u have to write it s a fake.........

he put only 3 pics, not the last where u can verify that it s a fake....

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DO YOU KNOW, ANYTHING ABOUT THIS BADGE, I SIMPLY ASKED A QUESTION, YOU DONT KNOW IF I OWN IT, IF I WANTED TO BUY, OR WHERE IT IS,  I DO NOT CARE ABOUT YOU ASSUMING I AM SELLING FAKE BADGES, AND MY RESPECT FOR YOU AND YOU FOOLISH COMMENT IS AS MUCH AS I HAVE FOR A CIGARETTE BUTT! SO PLEASE DO NOT ASSUME OR ACCUSE, UNTIULL YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT!

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the katawiki auctions finished on may 31, start on may 26, when you put something on katawiki they take around 1  week to approve it....pics on this forum and pics on katawiki are the same, misterjerry and sailorjerry, both from canada............

wow what a coincidence, someone in canada have the same half nickname, take the picture you put here and use it on katawiki....

 

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Well I hope sailorjerry does not profit from it.

Lets put our head in the sand.

On that happy note there is no point in being here anymore, same as the rest.

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This was why I left as we as a community would rather protect someone of potential ill repute given the facts and at the same time we lost a potentially useful member? Where is/was the logic in that? Neither have been here since!

Rich 

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