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35x40mm zinc badge with a pinback reverse. Interesting in that even though the badge was produced during the Third Reich it does not display a swastika.
Clean and nice. 1 1/4''
WW2 German Frankentag 1936 Tinnie. Marked on back Lauer Nurnbg - Berlin 1 1/4'' x 1 3/4''
DAF Tinnie for Sport, 1938-These were produced and given by the Deutsche Arbeitsfront (German Labor Front) for the year long program advocating the joy of sport for physical training for a healthier work force. It is produced in grey plastic. The obverse features a man with a heavy ball in front of a DAF emblem (mobile swastika surrounded by a cog wheel) surrounded by “Sportappell der Betriebe 1938”. The reverse is maker marked: “Richard Sieper & Söhne RZM M9/25 Lüdenscheid”. There is a functioning pin as well. 1 3/8''
It is constructed out of an injection molded aluminum base that has been silver washed. The obverse features a the Koblenz/Trier land behind "Koblenz Trier" with "Gau-Tag 26-28.6.36" (left) and a perfched eagle clutching a stagnant swastika in its talons (right). The reverse features a semi-hollo back with a horizontally crimped steel well working pin! It measures 1 ½ inches wide by 2 inches tall.
Nice tinnie 1 3/8'' round
A 1935 Gau-Thing Koblenz-Trier 22-23 Juni Tinnie. It constructed out of an injection molded aluminum alloy base that has been silver washed. The oval shaped obverse depicts features an encircled “Gau-Thing Koblenz-Trier 22-23 Juni 1935” below an eagle with outstretched wings, clutching a wreathed stagnant swastika in its talons. The reverse is maker marked “Entw. R. Kaster Robinson” and has a horizontally crimped on well working steel pin assembly. It measures approximately 1 9/16 inches wide by 2 inches tall. A nice NSDAP tinnie!
Chrome finish with brass emblem on top 1 7/8'' x 1 1/8'' missing part of roller.
Roughly 42mm x 42mm. One piece brass example with swastika face plate. Unmarked.
Machine woven, national eagle with outstretched wings, clutching a wreathed, canted swastika in it’s talons in matte grey, rayon threads, positioned above a national tri-color cockade with a black outer circle encompassing a white inner circle and a red center dot, on a woven, field-grey rayon trapezoidal base.
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