What are the identification methods for various shapes of badges?

identification methods for various shapes of badges

In general, badges can be divided into round, oval, square, rectangular, triangular, inscribed hollow, three-dimensional, and other badges of different regular shapes. The badge custom craft factory summarizes the various shapes of badges, and what are the identification methods.


Identification method one:

The so-called "look" is to observe the badge, see the natural coating on the surface of the badge, enamel coating, baking paint effect, electroplating gloss, background pattern, text characteristics, and so on. The authentic badge has a positive enamel color, bright paint, excellent adhesion, high-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, and other characteristics. The fake badge is painted with paint, which is naturally quick-drying and cured. The paint surface has lamination marks, the color gloss is poor and too bright, and the paint film is easy to peel off over time. The depth, light and shade, and thickness of the electroplating layer on the surface of the badge are also important basis for identifying the authenticity of the badge.


Identification method two:

The so-called "wen" refers to extensive knowledge, or to obtain relevant knowledge from books and periodicals, or to consult expert collectors for appraisal, or to compare with the same authentic badges, and so on. At present, dozens of badge appreciation books have been published in China, including "Chinese Badge" and " Badge and Its Collection". In recent years, dozens of professional websites such as "Badge Network", "Badge Collection Network" and "Badge Identification Network" have appeared. Collectors can learn about relevant knowledge and market conditions from them, which will help to improve their screening ability.


Identification method three:

The so-called "asking" refers to understanding the ins and outs of the badge, historical background, design, aesthetic principles, craftsmanship, production process, etc. To properly identify the authenticity of the badge, we must first have a good understanding of the badge. Each badge, especially the production and distribution of the early badges, is based on a certain historical event and has a story that belongs to it.


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