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Infantry assault badge, need help on authenticity. #328073
04/14/17 09:48 PM
04/14/17 09:48 PM
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Northwest Indiana
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Brando71 Offline OP
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Any information would be appreciated. I acquired this one in a lot with a few others. The others are good, but this one I am not sure about and I still have the opportunity to return it. The badge itself has no flex to it at all. The details look sharp, but the head looks small to me compared to others. Thx.

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Re: Infantry assault badge, need help on authenticity. [Re: Brando71] #328091
04/15/17 12:43 PM
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Way too many variants for me to keep track of. Will keep this post current in hopes someone knows.

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Re: Infantry assault badge, need help on authenticity. [Re: derjager] #328276
04/22/17 12:39 PM
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Sorry you have received no remarks as of yet. Can you post weight and measurements? That may help.

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Re: Infantry assault badge, need help on authenticity. [Re: derjager] #330455
07/17/17 01:09 AM
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North America
Hello
This one is referred to by the nickname "Slim-stalk" due to the slim silhouette of the k98.

Some collectors do attribute this one to the firm of Juncker.
This is due to hardware set-up matching the NS examples.

As "like" hardware set-ups were used by several different makers, I consider this attribution to Juncker circumstantial and further proof is needed to confirm this argument.


Best Regards, fischer
Re: Infantry assault badge, need help on authenticity. [Re: fischer] #330632
07/23/17 11:23 AM
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Fischer, thank you.

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