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    Not very good?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Imperial-Ger...-/232332011401
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      More pictures... What should mean "14 Lötig" ?
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        Originally posted by tompress View Post
        ...and 52 bids with hours left to go.
        Best regards,
        Streptile

        Looking for ROUND BUTTON 1939 EK1 Spange cases (LDO or PKZ)

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          Originally posted by streptile View Post
          ...and 52 bids with hours left to go.
          I've been watching this also to see where it goes.
          I'm afraid that is not going to be very happy.
          LIVE to RIDE - RIDE to LIVE

          I was addicted to the Hokey-Pokey, but I turned myself around.

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            Originally posted by Helene View Post
            I would like someones opinion on this guy. Week after week he seems to come up with the most sought after 'Panzer' collar tabs etc. He has a buy it now price of usually AU$500 approx. His eBay name is mush-head66. One of the items he is currently advertising is a WW2 German Panzer Enlisted Man's Insignia Set ; item # 170843451660, on eBay Australia. Are these for real (or does he have a great workshop) I would like to hear someone else's feedback. These eBay fraudsters are lousy scoundrels ( putting it politely)

            Ok, don’t know how this comment ended up in this section, ????
            Don’t judge a book by its cover.

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              Red Eagle Order Grand Cross

              I am not a fan of focusing on fakes, as it is easier to remember the few variations of original (well, if you have access to see them), but here is a typical fake sold during the 80th and 90th. One of the main differences to the real golden originals is the extremely high weight, about 1.5 times that of an original (83.8 grams).
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              medalnet.net and medalnetservices.com


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                Originally posted by tompress View Post
                Looks like it would make a great hair pin
                Don’t judge a book by its cover.

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                  Michael Autengruber gave a very nice speech on German fakes during the 60th OMSA convention in Houston, TX, last month. https://www.omsa.org/an-overview-on-...s-of-chivalry/


                  medalnet.net and medalnetservices.com


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                    J. Wagner fake I picked up at Ciney

                    Here is a J. Wagner double pin fake I picked up at Ciney this year
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                      The Verdunkreuz is a fake as well.

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                        fakes

                        my GOD is there nothing that is or has Ben faked!!!

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                          Faking Imperial era

                          Sad isn’t it toot.
                          Don’t judge a book by its cover.

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                            Imperial Fakes

                            I’ve seen and am sure I have some of these. An old friend would travel to Germany to visit his sister ( now past ) and he would come back with all sorts of bits and pieces from Estate sales, some which were the real deal, but mostly not of military but civil decorations. Why anyone would fake civil awards, for money I guess, but bloody hell they certainly went to a lot of trouble and half the time they were just plain ****ty looking pieces.
                            Don’t judge a book by its cover.

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