Stormtrooper badges

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Stormtrooper badges

Post by greg koepp » 28 Jul 2005 22:15

well i thought i would show you guys some of my stormtrooper badge.
all of these are 100% real and afew are very rare!

hope you guys like them.

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Post by greg koepp » 28 Jul 2005 22:18

and some more.

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Post by greg koepp » 28 Jul 2005 22:26

i have more, but have to resize all of them.

thanks

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Post by Karl » 29 Jul 2005 13:17

Thanks for posting.

I would love to own no.3...no, maybe no.2...no, no.4 no, no, all of em! I want all of 'em!!!

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Post by 3.Jäger Rgt. » 30 Jul 2005 01:49

Greg,

What is the one hand grenade with the lettering on it that appears to be cyrillic? I am told it is from a Macedonian storm detachment, but whose side where they on? The stick grenade looks German, but the writing is definitely not. Any ideas? I have this same piece.

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Chip

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Re: Badges

Post by Bergmolch » 31 Aug 2005 00:24

I'm afraid but I've found at least one fake in the main picture: The Main Sturmtruppen Badge.
I wish to see the back of all of them.
I think the one with the death could be a copy as well: could you show me the reverse please?
The lion one is not a Sturmtruppe Badge but a Freikorp Epp one.

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Tom

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