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After a rather long wait on DHL I finally received my late Christmas present. After reviewing several threads on the GMIC site i strongly believe this to be a Meybauer badge. I wold greatly appreciate any opinions on the badge and if i am correct on the identification. I've included the two posts that I've used for identification.




Thank you very much,


Screwback Wound Badge OBV.jpg

Screwback Wound Badge REV.jpg

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Screwback Wound Badge Hardware.JPG

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correct maker and excellent choice of wound badge, these are neat!

if i may, i'd like to suggest that a little strategic touch up with renaissance wax could be very helpful in controlling the rust. works great on iron crosses, too--a little goes a long way

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This is only my fourth wound badge in my collection and am trying to focus on some of the more scares badges. I've also picked up a Zinc and 2 DRGM Badges. i would like to find a Deumer or schickle badge to next add to my collection.


Thank you for the comments


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