Help Identifying fake and real items

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Help Identifying fake and real items

Post by ah64dmtp » 19 Feb 2019 21:15

I am an avid history buff living in Europe. I have the ability to purchase all of the items attached. It is very difficult for me to determine if this is authentic or not. These items all come from a family who have stored them for many years. Can anyone help me in determining the authenticity of these items? Thanks in advance. I also have more photos of the items.
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Re: Help Identifying fake and real items

Post by John G. » 19 Feb 2019 21:31

Nearly everything is fake..... As is the story. Run, don't walk, it's a bunch of crap!
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Re: Help Identifying fake and real items

Post by von thoma » 25 Feb 2019 07:00

Some Insignia of the first picture, may have credibility, for example ;

At the right, a Hitler Jugend rifle proficiency badge in a box, or some of the metallic eagles :?
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