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C.F. Zimmermann, Pforzheim


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Hello,

The seller claimed this medal's maker is C.F. Zimmermann from Pforzheim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZIMMERMAN 1 (1).jpg

ZIMMERMAN 1 (2).jpg

Then I found these two saved in my laptop : This one has a letter like 'Z'. 

TWM Z harfli Sari Metal gümüs kaplama (3).jpg

TWM Z harfli Sari Metal gümüs kaplama (1).jpg

TWM Z harfli Sari Metal gümüs kaplama (2).jpg

And this one:

TWM-935 silver content- (1).png

TWM-935 silver content- (2).png

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They all have a similar obverse design, with the heart-shaped lower part of the tughra protruding to the left and all with the same hollow-point pin close to the hinge.

Eisernes Halbmond-obv 935 silver (1a).jpg

ZIMMERMAN  1a (2a).jpg

TWM Z harfli Sari Metal gümüs kaplama (1a).jpg

ZIMMERMAN  1 (1a).jpg

TWM-935 silver content- (1aa).png

TWM Z harfli Sari Metal gümüs kaplama (2a).jpg

 

Or the "Z" is Zeich, Berlin? While the other two are Zimmermann. Because, the tughra, date and pseudonym were attached with rivets. 

 

Best wishes

Demir

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Hi Demir,

 

The first and third examples you are sharing here appear to be the same.  I have a Zimmerman 1914 EK1 with that same pin design.

 

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