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    HJ membership badge RZM 52

    My HJ membership badge RZM 52. If you find it ok, you could put it to the makers list. If necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwind View Post
    .... If you find it ok, you could put it to the makers list. If necessary.
    Sweet as a nut, i just added it.

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    Here is the M1/ version of the same.
    M1/52
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metallwarenfabrik View Post
    Here is the M1/ version of the same.
    M1/52
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    what an ugly rzm that is!

    another 52 marking style
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northwind View Post
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    that is very nice and a first i have ever seen a diamond with this early pin attachment method! seen it on their party badges with full name/address but never a HJ membership pin so its very cool to see, i know small things amuse small minds!

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    Ewan, this is actually a typical Deschler way of attaching a needle to a small badge around the early 30`s :-) and can be found on many small Deschler made badges.
    Here are two from around 1930-1935

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    Last edited by Jo Rivett; 21st September 2013 at 08:55 PM.

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    hey Jo , cheers for the info i have just seen it on the party badge, nice to see it on the diamond!

    cracking looking markings!

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    There would be a few other things to consider as well when saying this, if you were directly comparing Deschler made badges around this time, as Deschler used many different markings as well as attachments at the same time.
    • Were they actually made by Deschler? or was it contracted out to a sub-contractor or another maker?
    • Was it made in their Ansbach firm maybe?
    But to see it soldered directly onto the planchet, is actually quite common for them from this era.

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    hey, your asking those questions and i cant answer unfortunately! maybe somebody else can??

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