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German Panzer Badge Silver by AS, fake ??


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Hi everyone,

 I found this PAB for sale yesterday, the seller says the badge is original made by Adolf Sholze, what do you think? There are copies everywhere, so I prefer to be sure about this one...

 Stojan.

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Hello. This does not look like any zinc panzer badge by A.S. im Dreieck that I have seen.  The attribution of A.S. im Dreieck to maker Adolf Scholze is not 100% established as far as many very experienced collectors are concerned.  So that is why I continue to refer to it as A.S. im Dreieck until there is complete agreement on the attribution by the experts.  Regards.

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Thank you for your response. So, you are not sure if is fake or an original badge  ?

I'm starting to collect, so I don't know very much about it.

Regards.

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Hello.  I have placed your badge next to an authentic zinc panzer badge made by A.S. im Dreieck in the photo below.  My eyes are not as young as they once were, but I see several dissimilarities.  Please examine the photo very carefully paying close attention to the details.  What do you think?  Regards.

 

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3 minutes ago, Stojan said:

Yes, you are right, I also see a lot of differences, the 2nd looks more "sharp", thank you and good day.  Stojan. 

 

What we look for is not necessarily "Sharpness" of the details.  The stamping-dies wore down over time as the badges were stamped-out, so we expect to see some reduction in sharpness.  What we compare is the actual design... windows, treads, wheels, grass, oak-leaves, eagle feathers, and so forth.  Regards.

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