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  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member
  • A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member

Item: G31269

A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member

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A Very Early SA Meeting Badge to a 1931 SS Member

An ID card, measuring 130x171mm, near extremely fine condition with folding crease, light scuffing, and a small hole; and a photo, measuring 55x67mm, extremely fine condition with light scuffing. The ID card is a mustering ID for Heinrich “Heinz” Samöl, a painter from Minden, born on June 17, 1915. He was mustered fit for service (“tauglich”). The ID’s photo shows him wearing an SS uniform with the badge for the SA meeting in Braunschweig in 1931. The other photo also shows him wearing the SA badge, this time on an army uniform, while also wearing an Iron Cross 1st Class, and the ribbons for the Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Eastern Front Medal. The picture is dated to Denmark in January 1944 on the reverse.
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