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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Stick Pins

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Germany, Third Reich. A Lot of Stick Pins

(Anstecknadeln). A lot of five stick pins, including a Wound Badge, Black Grade, constructed of blackened bronze, unmarked, measuring 14 mm (w) x 18 mm (h), in extremely fine condition; a TeNo pin, constructed of silvered bronze with multi-coloured enamels, the reverse marked with number “25430”, measuring 24 mm (w) x 24 mm (h), in extremely fine condition; a 1937 DRL pin, constructed of magnetic metal, unmarked, measuring 20 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition; a Sturmabteilung (SA) pin, constructed of bronze, unmarked, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in near extremely fine condition, and; a second SA pin, constructed of zink, the reverse maker marked with Reichszeugmeisterei code “M1/153” for Friedrich Orth, Vienna, measuring 15 mm in diameter, in fair condition.
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