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Nick_since_1985
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Post by Nick_since_1985 » 21 Sep 2004 15:47

Some of us want only one :(

No wonder that prices are so high, if you hoard them all :?

Say lililegut, I would like to use one of your pictures on my site, can you pm me if that is ok???

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Post by MR PITER » 21 Sep 2004 22:39

hi!
these are mine badges and belt buckles - take a look
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Post by don » 22 Sep 2004 04:13

only one
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Post by don » 22 Sep 2004 04:15

back
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Post by don » 22 Sep 2004 04:17

On my wall
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Post by Paddy Keating » 26 Sep 2004 12:04

A few para badges...

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Collection

Post by ibcasper » 26 Sep 2004 14:23

Here are a few pieces.
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collection

Post by ibcasper » 26 Sep 2004 14:25

EKs
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Post by Heinz » 26 Sep 2004 17:38

Nice collection of ek1s ibcasper. Who are the makers?

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Post by Wm. Harris » 26 Sep 2004 19:35

Thanks for all the replies so far! Our members here certainly have some impressive collections. Just one thing though: some descriptions of the awards pictured would be nice! There are a few in this thread that I don't recognize.

Thanks again, everyone.

Bill

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Post by ibcasper » 27 Sep 2004 01:22

Will have to get the EKs out and check the reverses. I do recall at least one marked 1 and also a 20.
The cased RK is unmarked.
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Post by Heinz » 27 Sep 2004 06:02

Nice fine collection you have there. 8O
ibcasper wrote:Will have to get the EKs out and check the reverses. I do recall at least one marked 1 and also a 20.
The cased RK is unmarked.

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Markings on EK1s

Post by ibcasper » 09 Oct 2004 02:43

Hi Heinz:
I checked my collection.

Of the three cased 1939 EK1s, 2 unmarked with one marked 26.
Two cased 1914 EK1s, one vaulted marked 800, one plain marked 800.

1939 EK1s, 100, L-13, 65, Screwback L-58, screwback (I think L-59) the rest of the 1939 are unmarked.

1914 EK 1: Mey. (knight shield), 2 screwbacks vaulted one marked 800.

I also have two 1870 EK 2s with 25 year attachments. One EK 2 has the 1914 spange.

I've attached a scan of one of my favorites, a cased custom police medal. I've never seen another one that had the case.
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Post by Heinz » 09 Oct 2004 07:02

Nice. Thanks.

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Re: Markings on EK1s

Post by Wm. Harris » 09 Oct 2004 19:25

ibcasper wrote: I also have two 1870 EK 2s with 25 year attachments. One EK 2 has the 1914 spange.
8O

I'm impressed! Those are a rarity indeed.

Bill

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