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    Badge #4: Overhoff and CIE.

    Observations: Slight convex obverse. Flush diamond. Equidistant swastika arm width compared to spaces in between. Date box/banner not fully enclosed (no vertical ends). Semi-circle below date is the most elongated of all badges. 2.48 cm height, 1.63 width.


    Badge #5: Ferd. Wagner.

    Observations: Obverse is more convex (domed) than badge #4. Very slight elevation of HJ diamond. Sawstika arms very thin. Date box not closed (open ends). Date font is much larger than the other badges. Semi-circle and rectangle are similar to badge #2. 2.55 cm tall, 1.59 cm wide.


    Badge #6: R. Neff, Berlin.

    Observations: Flat obverse with elevated HJ diamond. Swastika arms uniform with spaces. Date box enclosed. Semi-circle and rectangle similar to badge #1. 2.66 cm tall, 1.88 cm wide. This is the largest badge of the 1935s.

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    Badge #7: Gutenkunst, Berlin

    Observations: Convex obverse with elevated diamond. Swastika arms slightly thicker than intervening spaces. Semi-circle and rectangle are smaller than Badge #6. 2.64 cm tall, 1.788 cm wide.

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    Last edited by Emanresu; 30th September 2016 at 10:08 PM.

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