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    Please help identify this lot of badges...as always Thank you
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    #2
    First badge looks italian. I have not seen it before, but could be late war RSI period promotion for war merit or german assault training. The back pins look like typical Lorioli manufacturer. Crossed swords theme has been used in some Italian badges since ww1.

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      #3
      Nothing Italian here. That one with the crossed Guns are the Deutscher Reichskriegerbund Kyffhäuser Große Ehrennadel, that one with the Horse is a Civilian Badge, and the one with the crossed Swords i can't remember but should be WHW or some other Organisation Cap Badge....
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        #4
        Originally posted by AntiqueWW2 View Post
        Nothing Italian here. That one with the crossed Guns are the Deutscher Reichskriegerbund Kyffhäuser Große Ehrennadel, that one with the Horse is a Civilian Badge, and the one with the crossed Swords i can't remember but should be WHW or some other Organisation Cap Badge....
        The crossed sword is a collar patch badge regarding the size but i can't exactly remember either for what they are for ...political school ?
        Nick

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          #5
          Originally posted by GAMS1 View Post
          The crossed sword is a collar patch badge regarding the size but i can't exactly remember either for what they are for ...political school ?
          Nick
          Finnish?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Wood View Post
            Finnish?
            Finnish swazs`arms are only half as long as here.

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              #7
              Nope, he is right. Just didn't remember yesterday, now i do. It is called Finnish volunteer Badge with Swastika and Swords.

              Originally posted by Gran Sasso View Post
              Finnish swazs`arms are only half as long as here.
              Last edited by AntiqueWW2; 11-02-2019, 09:27 AM.
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                #8
                good job lads, thank you

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