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On 13/04/2020 at 09:12, SovPha said:

I was informed that my PAB is referred to as a " scooped out flat back", minus the scoop of a unknown maker. 

 

The information is correct...There seems to be a series of this badge, all using the same die but with slightly different reverse hardware, and are generally referred to as 'flat back, Vienna design' ...maker unknown. The only maker mark found on these Vienna design badges is "EWE"...again, maker unknown.  

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1 hour ago, J Temple-West said:

The information is correct...There seems to be a series of this badge, all using the same die but with slightly different reverse hardware, and are generally referred to as 'flat back, Vienna design' ...maker unknown. The only maker mark found on these Vienna design badges is "EWE"...again, maker unknown.  

Thank you very much for the confirmation.

Have a great weekend and stay safe. 

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Thank you, Andrej

And I am sorry for the time it took to respond to your post but we are going through a bit of a family crisis at the moment and I have been unable to spend as much time on the forum as I would like too.

May I take a moment to give you, and your family, + all our members much love from the administration and staff here at the GMIC. 

 

 

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Hi, John,

Family first. Please take care of yourself and your family. 

I highly appreciate your words. I love this forum and I am glad that I finally joined it (big thanks to @Egorka). This forum feels more like a large family👌. I will do my best to help you all as much as possible.

Best regards,
Andrej 

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