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    HJ Meisterschütze M1/63


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    Other with one of silver1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by HJ_Collector View Post

    What do you think about this HJ Meisterschütze?
    I think both are reproductions.
    If the base metal used was correct - messing - and if it were correctly fire gilded, then if it did "wear off", you wont be seeing silver underneath it, but the same you see on GPBs - messing.
    Without reverse images nothing can be said, apart from the above. Could be a genuine silver that some clown spayed gold.

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    Hi Jo!
    Thank you for your opinion!
    I'm not sure, unfortunately, in this piece!
    The back looks to me as if it were made of zinc and the gilding has passed. But there are pore-like pits recognizable resembling a cast piece. Unfortunately I have not the best feeling. It will therefore remain a dubious piece!
    Regards, Gerold

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    Yes, i`d definitely say both are fake.

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    Thank you Jo !
    Are you really sure?
    Could you give me a hint, where I can buy a real Meisterschützen? You do not have one to sell? I am seeking for a long time after an original!
    Regards, Gerold

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    Quote Originally Posted by HJ_Collector View Post
    Thank you Jo !
    Are you really sure?
    Could you give me a hint, where I can buy a real Meisterschützen? You do not have one to sell? I am seeking for a long time after an original!
    Regards, Gerold
    No sorry i cant. To be honest, the "market" is flooded with fake golden shooter badges, and collectors as well as dealers have no real idea what original is or not. The fake M1/102 (silver and gold) are still being sold as original, the fake M1/120 golden shooters are being sold as original for 200-800 depending..... no real research has ever been done on them. It is just one of many badges that needs detailed study.

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    Thanks for your answer!
    What should I watch, so I can see a real M1 / 63 Meisterschützen-badge?

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    My goodness! what disappointing news! I'm also looking for one of these badges!

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